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LINK: MrPalm.com previews the O2 Xda Apollo Pocket PC Phone Edition
Posted by Arne Hess - on Saturday, 16.12.06 - 12:42:25 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 9296x
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Not that most of us don't understand a single word (because it's in Thai) but MrPalm.com recently published a preview of O2 Asia's latest Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition, the Xda Apollo. However, since a photo says more than thousand words, MrPalm.com added just a lot to his article.
The Xda Apollo is the true follower of the Xda Atom and like the Atom, the Apollo is also small but feature rich with its 2 megapixel camera and the unbelievable 1 GB ROM.

In his E-Mail, MrPalm.com editor Peter wrote: "Speed is very fast and stable and it comes with 2 cameras on back and front. The body is a bit bigger than O2 Atom exec."

See many more photos over at MrPalm.com

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by Frank on 16.12.06 - 18:02:26

Any word if this beauty will ever head over to Germany as well? I'm looking for a neo replacement and this beauty looks like it would fulfill my needs (for the next 12 months). Arne, do you have any information (either from T-Mobile or O2 since I'm with both).

Posted by Arne Hess on 16.12.06 - 18:23:21

No, unfortunately I haven't heard anything nor I have any further information if and which Asian  Windows Mobile device will make it to Europe.
So far, O2 UK and Germany made their own stuff, relatively independent from O2 Asia but with this beauty I definitely hope as well that we will see it at O2 UK and Germany as well.
Nevertheless, I don't think we will see it at too many other networks like T-Mobile you've mentioned.

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