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Mitac Mio 8390 Smartphone review
Posted on 30-Jul-2004 20:57 | Tags Filed under: News



Smartphonethoughts.com reviews this Windows Mobile based Smartphone:

"I'm currently using a Tanager which uses the ARM OMAP 710 processor running at about 130MHz. So you could say that I'm used to waiting a little when working on my phone. In picking up the 8390, I saw a huge difference in speed. The Intel X-Scale processor running at 200MHz gives the phone a very nice speed boost. All the menus appeared promptly and applications seemed to open with ease. On the odd occasion, I would noticed that the phone appeared very sluggish. However, once I launched the task manager that came bundled with the phone, and shut down any application that was still running in the background, everything would be fine."


More information: http://www.smartphonethoughts.com/articles.ph...




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