Wireless, a leading dual mode (Cellular/VoWLAN) technology provider to global
wireless OEMs/ODMs, other cellular phone design houses, Internet Service
Providers, IP-PBX vendors, broadband equipment providers and operators, today
announced the launch of their second generation SIP-based Windows Mobile dual
mode handset at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
The hipi-2300 is Paragon WirelessÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ newest addition to their Microsoft Windows
Mobile dual mode handset technology. Utilizing ParagonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s proven VoWLAN/GSM
dual-mode technology, the hipi-2300 includes the Windows Mobile 5.0 operating
system to further expand the usability and functionality of this extremely
versatile smartphone. With its built-in 1.3M pixel camera, the MP3/MP4 player
and the camcorder/recorder, users can access the Internet, listen to music and
take/review pictures all from one easily carried handset that also serves as
their mobile phone. The 1100mAh Li-ion battery offers users up to 4 hours of
WiFi talk time and up to 6 hours of GSM talk time, or up to 100 hours of standby
time, while having both radios on simultaneously.
According to Ilkka Pouttu, vice president of sales and marketing for
Paragon Wireless, "The hipi-2300 establishes precedence for the mobile
workforce-a single smartphone for all your mobile device needs. Our
commitment to technology, innovation, and performance has enabled our
dual-mode family of products to demonstrate a measurable difference when it
comes to user productivity. We have the honor of working closely with
Microsoft to continue developing the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s best dual mode smartphones."
"Paragon Wireless shares Microsoft's ongoing focus to elevate the mobile
experience with easy-to-use, flexible devices that allow people to stay
connected and productive on-the-go," said Chris Hill, group product manager
at Microsoft Corp.
The hipi-2300 expands the landscape of handset technology as we know it
today, while focusing on high performance and functionality. Features include:
Windows Mobile 5.0, SIP based VoIP, Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC), dynamic
jitter buffers, enhanced talk time, enhanced standby time, multiple
internet-based applications, integrated Windows Media Player, MP3 capabilities,
streaming video, MP4 integration, video recording/playback, and more.
Availability or prices weren't announced today.
Cheers ~ Arne