Today, Gigabyte Communications unveiled its new gSmart i128, the world's first Multi-lingual mobile phone, featuring Multi-lingual internet browsing and Windows Mobile document viewing while traveling to 98 countries worldwide. In addition, this flagship phone delivers entertainment values with a 2.1 Mega Pixel camera and an analog TV receiver with retractable antenna.
Now, Gigabyte gSmart i128, the follower of the gSmart Windows Mobile Pocket PC, may assist business travelers to efficiently manage their time working from anywhere. In fact, gSmart i128 offers efficient and speedy mobile internet access via Wi-Fi or GPRS. Powered by Windows Mobile 5.0 AKU 2.3 Push E-Mail technology, the gSmart i128 activates real time E-Mail, schedule and tasks. At the same time, business travelers may stay productive using Mobile Office programs, such as Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Most importantly, Gigabyte gSmart i128 is the world's first Multi-lingual mobile, featuring Multi-lingual internet browsing and Office Mobile viewing while traveling to 98 countries worldwide. For instance, business executives may search real time travel information or stock prices in 98 local languages at the airport or on the train. Together with Alta Vista Babel Fish, gSmarti128 may assist business travelers via real time translation on-the-go.
In addition to its voice and mobile business applications, Gigabyte gSmart i128 delivers entertainment values with a 2.1 Mega Pixel camera and an analog TV receiver. Powered by a 2.1 Mega Pixel camera, the gSmart i128 may take photos of special occasions. Also the gSmart i128 provides real-time TV broadcasting on one's favorite game or show.
In conclusion, Gigabyte gSmart i128 keeps business executives connected via voice, mobile business application, and mobile entertainment. Leading the future with wireless technology, Gigabyte Communications will continue to serve the global market with innovation and creativity.
Please note, that design-wise, the gSmart i128 is based on it's forerunner - the Gigabyte gSmart but the gSmart i128 got a ROM upgrade to 128 MB from the previously used 64 MB.
Neither a price nor the areas where it will retail were announced yet.
Cheers ~ Arne