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#MWC09 LIVE: Hands-on Photoview of the new Acer DX900 Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Sunday, 22.02.09 - 10:28:18 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 20502x
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Already unveiled by Glofiish was the new Acer DX900. It's the world's first dual-SIM Windows Mobile smartphone to support both 3.5G (HSDPA) and 2.75G (EDGE) SIM cards allowing you to keep track of both personal and business communications. The touch screen allows effortless one-hand navigation while the ultra-sharp 2.8" VGA display improves the web browsing experience. The DX900 has a new interface designed for easy navigation with large finger-friendly buttons for a smooth browsing experience. It also features 3D animated icons and transition effects with all your most important information displayed on one screen. The speed dial panel features photo contacts for most frequently used numbers.

With Outlook Mobile E-Mail client you can access your business E-Mail and easily read attachments. For easy management of two phone lines and multiple wireless connections, the DX900 is equipped with an intuitive communication manager including a Flight Mode button to instantly turn off all wireless connections while each individual function can also be activated or disabled with the press of a button. The DX900 features a front-side VGA camera for video calls, voice recorder, voice-command, 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera with flash and expandable memory.
Combining 2 phones in one, the DX900 is dually perfect for your professional and personal life.

Cheers ~ Arne


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