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New Windows Mobile devices at Computex Taipei 2005
Posted on 2-Jun-2005 11:26 by M Freitas. | Tags Filed under: Blog.


Just reading my RSS feeds and noticed a few new Windows Mobile devices being shown during the Computex Taipei 2005. I think we will not see these here or in the USA, since most of these devices are localised, targeting the Chinese marketing - which is huge by itself.

The first story came through SmartphoneThoughts, and it is a Windows Mobile Smartphone, the Win II. SmartphoneThoughts says it will be "[running] Windows Mobile Smartphone 2003 Second Edition with Windows Media Player 10, FM Radio, Tri-Band GPRS, miniSD (accessible from the side), and the standard digital camera.


The Win II

I found the next two models on PocketPCThoughts. The Einstein is a Windows Mobile 5.0-powered Pocket PC Phone featuring a 416MHz processor, 64MB of memory, GSM/GPRS - Tri-Band, a 262K-colour QVGA 2.4" LCD, 2.1M CMOS camera, a TV and FM radio tuner, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a miniSD slot.


The GigaByte Einstein

Last is the NexTek MoboDA 3360, a Pocket PC Phone based on an Intel PXA272 520MHz processor, 64MB RAM, 128MB ROM, a 65K-colour 2.8" QVGA screen, GSM/GPRS - Tri-Band, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 1.2, 1.3MP camera, an SD slot, and a 1300mAh Li-Ion Polymer battery.


The AnexTek MoboDA 3360

The last two pictures come from Mobile01, a Chinese website running the original images and stories.




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