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PHOTOVIEW: Vodafone 1210/VDA IV Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 30.03.07 - 18:04:42 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 18427x
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Released earlier this year, Vodafone's latest business smartphone - the Vodafone 1210/VDA IV (the name depends on your local Vodafone subsidiary) is an interesting option for a business user who wants to get more out of his mobile phone. Made by AsusTek, the Vodafone 1210/VDA IV is a triband GSM/GPRS/EDGE (without support for the North American 850 MHz band) and singleband UMTS phone, running on Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Edition. The Vodafone 1210/VDA IV is powered by a Intel/Marvell PXA270 at 312 MHz which is pretty unusual today where TI's OMAP CPU dominates the Smartphone market. The 2.2" color LCD supports QVGA and the device has 128 MB ROM and 64 MB RAM which can be extended through microSD cards. For sure it's sporting Bluetooth (even if it is v1.2 only) but leaves WiFi. Unlike most HTC phones, the Vodafone 1210/VDA IV features a 2.5 mm size stereo earphone jack.

Pretty unusual for such a mobile phone, especially a UMTS phone, is the missing camera for photos and videos. While there is a AsusTek version with camera available (but to be released from O2), Vodafone left it in favor of addressing the business market better:

The complete review of the device is in work but will takes some additional time. Nevertheless, if you want to know more already, please feel free to ask your questions in the comments bellow.

Cheers ~ Arne

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