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CONFIRMED: T-Mobile is releasing the MDA 3 this year
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 18.06.04 - 13:11:10 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 9649x
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The MDA 2 hasn't celebrated its first birthday, T-Mobile confirmed yesterday it will launch the MDA 3 later this summer.
The MDA 3 is the GSM/GPRS version of the CU928 CDMA version, PPCW.Net recently reported about.
Like the Chinese CDMA version, the MDA 3 is expected to include Wi-Fi by default as well as Pocket PC Phone Edition Second Edition. Like before it will support GSM, GPRS, IrDA and BLuetooth communication and is expected to include a VGA camera as well. Also new for this version of the MDA is the sliding keyboard:

According to German fan site XScale.de some other technical highlights are:

  • W-LAN (802.11b only)
  • Sliding keyboard
  • 25% more battery power
  • Additional hardware buttons
  • Voice dialing functionality
  • Preinstalled Fax software

While the MDA 3 is expected to become a little bit smaller, it will become a little bit heavier on the other hand. According to XScale.de, the non subsidized price should be something around 699 €.

o2 haven't confirmed if it will also launch the device as Xda III or not. According to teltarif.de, the press department responded that o2 is currently evaluating a possible launch.

Cheers ~ Arne

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