HTC Apache

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HTC Apache
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TypePocket PC smartphone
MediaMiniSD, 128 MB internal memory
Operating systemWindows Mobile 5–6.5
CPU416 MHz PXA270
Display64k-color TFT
TouchpadSensitive touchscreen
ConnectivityBluetooth, WiFi, USB, IR
SuccessorHTC Titan

The Pocket PC Apache is a Windows Mobile 5.0 device, sold as the PPC-6700 by Sprint, and the XV6700 by Verizon Wireless and other US carriers. The device was one of the first CDMA Windows Mobile 5.0 devices on the market, and the first to be released in the United States. It has a slide out keyboard.

The device was initially available in the U.S. as a Sprint PCS, in October 2005. It is now offered by Cellular South, Alltel, Qwest, Sprint, Embarq and Verizon Wireless.

In Canada, the PPC-6700 was offered by Telus in December 2005, Bell Canada in April 2006, and Sasktel in August 2006.

The upgraded generation of the model is the HTC Mogul, also known as the HTC Titan, the PPC-6800, or the XV6800 from Verizon Wireless.


Reference: Section 5.4 of the Verizon XV6700 User Manual (expansion slot compatible with miniSD and MMC cards)


  • Band: CDMA 800/1900
  • Weight: 6.07 oz
  • Dimensions: 4.25" x 2.32" x 0.93"
  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion polymer 1350 mAh
  • Display Resolution: 240x320 16-bit QVGA
  • Java: Yes, MIDP: 2.0
  • Built in memory: 128 MB (Flash memory), 64 MB Ram

Due to the popularity of the device there are many unofficial Operating System releases found on the Internet. Most notably, Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional.

US production rights[edit]

As of July 7, 2008 UTStarcom no longer supports the HTC Apache for US customers.

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