CNet Asia, who was the first to reveal the O2 Xda Atom, recently published a preview of O2's latest Pocket PC Phone Edition as well as revealed the technical details of the device.
As posted earlier in the::unwired Forum, the Atom will includes W-LAN as well as a FM radio, it's quad-band (GSM, GPRS and EDGE) which increases the chances to see the device in the U.S. also and includes Bluetooth.
In addition it features a 2 megapixel camera, a 416 MHz Intel CPU and 64 MB RAM and 128 MB ROM. For sure the Xda Atom uses Windows Mobile 5.0
It shares almost similar dimensions as the O2 Xda II mini but offers onboard Wi-Fi connectivity, an upgraded 2-megapixel camera, an integrated FM radio and runs on the new Windows Mobile 5.0. However, the upcoming O2 Xda Atom looks more like the successor model to the popular Xda II mini PDA-phone than the QWERTY-enabled Xda Mini Pro we reported earlier.
According to CNet Asia the Atom will costs something around 800 US$ and should be launched early December. So far, it's only confirmed to hit the Asian markets including Singapore, no words yet about a planned European launch.
Cheers ~ Arne