during last year's Mobile World Congress as the
HTC Advantage X7510
and already released by
Ameo 16 GB, O2 UK
yesterday announced the launch of the Xda Flint. The Xda Flint is mobile
technology at its best with a 5" VGA angled touch screen incorporating
finger-friendly recognition and a detachable keyboard for intensive text-input.
The Xda Flint has a host of applications and advanced specifications, including
quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE and triband UMTS/HSDPA support, Bluetooth 2.0 and WiFi,
It includes a 3.0 megapixel color camera with autofocus and flash light, MP3 and
video playback. There are two camera points, on the front and reverse of the
device that enables greater flexibility such as video calling or full
functionality as a digital camera for photographs or video. Windows Mobile 6.1
Professional comes complete with Outlook and Office Mobile.
Ben Dowd, O2 Business Sales Director, commented: “This device is perfect
for students and teachers who need to stay in the loop while on the move or
away from their learning environment and proves that Learning on the Go is
truly possible. Our customers have shown that students benefit from handheld
learning, and by synchronising and embedding the Xda Flint into the current
ICT infrastructure we are able to help teachers deliver, manage and monitor
personalised learning for each and every student."
Neither a price nor a release date was given today.
Cheers ~ Arne