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Arne Hess

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Tel.Me, an Austrian manufacture of MP3 players, will announce its latest
product - a Smartphone - on CeBIT next week. The T919 will come as a dual band
GSM and GPRS phone and includes a digital camera, MP§ player PIM functionalities
and a colored touch screen with 32768 colors by 256 x 128 pixel.

Not given are any information about the OS. Therefore it's not clear if it
will use its own proprietary, Windows CE or EPOC operating system. Here the hard
facts:

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#2

Anonymous

I'm too lazy to register

What's the heck is this? Looking good. Any additional information would be great! Looking forward your CEBIT coverage!


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Anonymous

I'm too lazy to register

it's too thick ;O


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Jerome

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Waouh ! Too bas it does not support MMS sad


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