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PHONE EDITION: My two hours with the XDA II.
Posted by Carlo Guerrero - on Wednesday, 24.09.03 - 19:19:17 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 6966x
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This is definitely a device to die for. I cannot possible find the right words to describe the feeling I had when I held the O2 XDA II in my hands. It was just unbelievable. Its sleek design with the familiar satin silver finish, its now bright and adjustable screen, its fast PXA263 processor, the 128MB RAM the built-in camera, Bluetooth with headset support, the MMS client, the responsiveness of WM2003.

It was just unbelievable. My good friend from O2 dropped me a message that she was going to be in the country for a while and she had a surprise for me. Well, I was able to ring her at her hotel and she said those really sweet words. "Do you want to see the XDA II?" I just couldn't believe what I just heard, luckily I was nearby and it probably didn't take me more than 5 minutes to get to the hotel.

Anyway we were at the bar to discuss some business and the XDA II. She handed it to me and wow! What can I say? It is definitely one magnificent device. The pictures posted by Arne shows how it looks, and what is that connector under the battery by the way? Well, apparently its for a piggyback module. What I was told is that there will be a piggyback module with an extended battery and a CF slot! Whoa!!! I'm loving this!

Well, I can't wait for tomorrow for another possible date with the XDA II and probably a chance to take detailed photos of it... exclusive for PPCW.Net

Mabuhay! ~ Carlo


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