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APPROVAL: FCC approves Motorola MPx Pocket PC Phone Edition
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 06.12.04 - 16:51:29 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6081x
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As heard last week from a Motorola, the Motorola MPx Pocket PC Phone Edition is expected to be released at least in one Asian country before Christmas (this year). Also he the Motorola spokesman confirmed, it will be delivered with 32 MB RAM only instead of at least 64 MB

Nevertheless, Motorola finally received the required FCC approval to offer this device in the USA also which either is an indication that it will be released in the US later as well - however it's a good indication that the MPx reached its final stage of development.
Check the FCC site for more information, external and internal photos as well as the user manual.

Cheers~ Arne

Related Links : [More Information] Source : [PPCW.Net Forum via Phone Scoop]


 

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Posted by jayson on 09.12.04 - 09:40:40

I'm disappointed in the 32MB RAM.  Even if you put all your stuff in the expansion card, there are sill some software that demand at least 20MB of RAM.  And what about the apps that are recommended to be installed the internal memory.  I guess the MPx was designed to be used bare bones (no 3rd party apps).  Motorola probably figured that the processor is slowand there are still intability problems with the OS so they try to discourage people from installing 3rd party apps (for the users to avoid problems).

Too bad.  It has a revolutionary design, but it took too long to develop and now it's quite obsolete.  And the 32MB memory is a joke.  :roll:

Posted by zatsmee76 on 01.01.05 - 20:43:46

[1]  Thanks jayson, Obsolete is the word to describe this device nowadays,

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