BenQ Mobile has launched the P50 PDA Phone in the Middle East. Built on the Windows Mobile Pocket PC platform, the BenQ P50 is designed to integrate the convenience of mobile phone functionality with Windows Mobile applications to enrich the mobile working environment.
The BenQ P50 PDA Phone is a quad-band GSM-compatible device (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), capable of supporting GPRS (class 10) and wireless LAN for data and voice applications.
The P50 comes with many of the features needed in today's mobile environment, which are offered through the P50's operating system. In addition to its ability to synchronize with a PC, the P50's GPRS/WLAN functionality also allows users to read, write and send emails, create documents and access corporate VPN or shared networks, through cellular data or wireless networks.
Other connection options include infrared connectivity and Bluetooth wireless support for connecting to other devices.
The Pocket PC platform integrates Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel applications and includes a built-in 1.3 megapixel digital camera with zoom functions. The P50 also enables users to listen to MP3 files, take pictures, record video clips and play video games.
Equipped with a 2.83-inch TFT touch-screen LCD, the BenQ P50 comes with 64MB Flash ROM and 64MB SDRAM. Users will also benefit of its QWERTY-style keyboard. The device weighs 170g and measures 122(H) x 60(W) x 20 (D) mm.
The P50 has been launched in the UAE and is distributed through Dangaard.