SAGEM has announced the launch of its first Windows Mobile Smartphone, the myS-7.
The Smartphone with tri-band GSM/GPRS technology enables customers to manage personal information and synchronise e-mail, calendar and contacts with Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 via a PC connection or via over-the-air (OTA) synchronisation with Microsoft Exchange Server.
“We at SAGEM are very proud to introduce this new product, which is a significant illustration of the enlargement of our product range. The myS-7 is SAGEM’s first Smartphone device featuring Windows Mobile software, a state-of-the-art software platform by Microsoft and SAGEM’s cutting-edge hardware,” declared Thierry Buffenoir, Managing Director of SAGEM’s Mobile Phones Division. “SAGEM has acquired throughout the years a confirmed place in the handset manufacturers’ field, and the myS-7 is sure to offer mobile communication carriers, developers, business professionals and end users a new experience in mobile communication.”
“The launch of the SAGEM myS-7 with Windows Mobile software is a significant milestone for the Windows Mobile platform. SAGEM has great experience in the handset market and is a well-recognised and popular brand amongst mobile professionals and consumers,” added Didier Burdinat, director of the Mobile Device Division of Microsoft France. “The SAGEM myS-7 will help our customers connect with the information and people that matter most to them while on the go, enjoying the familiarity of Windows applications on their mobile devices.”