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DESIGN: The ultra-stylish Mago Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC Phone Edition
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 24.03.06 - 11:59:11 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 15512x
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"Form follows Function" but in this case it might be the opposite? The Mago Smartphone designed by Evgueni Maslov and engineering by Tancher looks like a phone which came out of the B&O labs but it comes from the UK. It features Quad-band GSM and GPRS, class 2 Bluetooth ver. 1.2, Wi-Fi 802.11b, Embedded antennas and Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition.
The 240x320 2.8'' LTPS transflective TFT LCD touch screen supports 262,000 colors and it's powered by an Intel xScale PXA27X CPU with 624MHz. 128MB SDRAM. 128MB nand Flash provides enough memory. Additionally it's featuring a 1950mAh Li-Ion battery, a 2.5mm stereo audio jack for handsfree headset, USB 2.0 interface.

Made from advanced materials, hi-tech aerospace technologies and special scratch resistant coatings for housing and mechanical parts (grade 5 Titanium, Stainless steel, Magnesium) gives it a solid and slim (15mm only) design for premium market segment.

Last but not least it's sporting a SD/MMC/nini-SD card slot, two loud speakers, LED backlight for keypad (specially designed for stainless steel buttons). Overall size is 134x55x15mm. Please note that it doesn't has a camera after all.

No clue if we will ever see it nor for which price but in the web it's speculated to come to the market later this summer for something more than some thousand US$.

Cheers ~ Arne

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