Rumours around were spreading the word about a H1910 with Bluetooth. Now this is clear: the product does exist, but Bluetooth is not part of it.
It's very similar to the already U.S. available H1910: it runs a 200 MHz Intel XSCale PXA250 processor, 64 MB of RAM and 16 MB of ROM. The H1910 uses NAND memory, so of these 64 MB of RAM only about 47 MB is available to the user, the rest is taken up by the system. It uses a removable Lithium-ion battery.
It runs Pocket PC 2002. Again, like the h1910, this is probably the Standard Edition, which doesn't have all the features of the Premium Edition.
It has a 240 by 320 pixel, transflective, color screen. It also has an SD slot, which does not support SDIO.