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UNVEILED: eXpansys reveals the UBiQUiO 503G Pocket PC Phone Edtion
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 29.03.07 - 18:56:49 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 16005x
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eXpansys, the brand-owner of UBiQUiO just unveiled its latest UBiQUiO  Windows Mobile Pocket PC, the UBiQUiO 503G. Running on Windows Mobile 6 Professional, the 503G is UBiQUiO's first quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE triband UMTS/HSDPA device. That and the quick 520MHz Intel (Marvell) processor, Stereo Bluetooth and WiFi makes the UBiQUiO 503G indeed an interesting devices.
Additionally, it's sporting 256 MB of ROM which means you can store a larger number of mobile applications directly onto the device and if you want to store a large number of files, then you can simply plug in a microSD card, up to 2GB in capacity:

If you are looking for multimedia features, the UBiQUiO 503G offers two cameras. The main camera on the back is a 2 megapixel CMOS camera with macro focus, perfect for capturing pictures and short videos.  The 2nd camera is a 0.3MP camera for video conferencing.

It's not yet known who manufactures the UBiQUiO 503G but if you compare it with the UBiQUiO 501 it looks pretty similar and therefore I would guess it's also manufactured my TechFaith Wireless, which also manufactures some of the latest i-mate smartphones, including the JAQ3.

Without a contract, the 503G is expected to be available from eXpansys for £ 394.95 (around 580 Euro). Availability is announced due to the 20th June.

Cheers ~ Arne

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