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O2 Germany Announces the Xda mini S Pocket PC Phone Edition
Posted on 6-Sep-2005 23:20 | Tags Filed under: News


O2 Germany Announces the Xda mini S Pocket PC Phone Edition
Running Windows Mobile 5.0 and with a 1.3 megapixel digital camera the new model sets the benchmark for small converged devices.

The new Xda mini S will be introduced to the German market in October 2005. The handheld, based on the HTC Wizard platform promises to set a new benchmark for small converged devices.

Running the Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 OS, the new Xda mini S will be introduced at a starting price of EUR 249.99 with a 24 month contract.

The device is SMS, MMS and WAP capable, with other Internet capabilities, such as HTML browsing, email, synchronisation with Exchange servers over the air, and Instant Messaging. For multimedia use it includes the Windows Media Player Mobile 10.

The model introduces a sliding keyboard that will make it easier for users to take advantage of updated versions of office software, including Word Mobile, Excel Mobile and a new PowerPoint viewer.

This quadband GSM/GPRS Pocket PC Phone Edition also comes with Wireless LAN and Bluetooth wireless connectivity, plus a built-in 1,3 megapixel digital camera.

A TI Omap 850 CPU powers this device, and users will have 64MB RAM for program execution and 128MB ROM for OS and permanent storage.








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