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REVEALED: Mitac to enter the Pocket PC Phone Edition market with the first combined GSM/GPS device
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 25.08.05 - 18:30:22 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 10934x
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According to The Register who got exclusive information, Mitac is going to announce its first Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition device under the Mio-brand next week. But the A701 isn't a Pocket PC Phone Edition only but is expected to be GPS-enabled also which would make it the first Mio Phone Edition with GPS support and the second GSM/GPS device so far.

According to basic specifications The Register has received, the device is based on a 520MHz Intel XScale PXA270 processor with 192 MB of memory, of which - The Register reckon - at least 64 MB will be ROM. For sure the A701 is a Windows Mobile 5.0 device:

Other features COULD BE a 2.72 display which, judging by photos, could be QVGA-type. In addition it will includes 1.3 megapixel camera (without photo light) and no keyboard.
The radio is expected to supports tri-band GSM with GPRS (only) and also support Bluetooth 1.2 while there is no word about W-LAN support. Anyway, according to The Register and the photos above, there is a MMC/SD card slot on the side (hopefully SDIO enabled).

The GPS receiver is integrated within the body of the device, so there's no flip up antenna or receiver stub. The A701 uses the SirfStar III chipset.

Well, this is a good looking device and feature-wise really interesting (if it will also includes W-LAN). So far, The Register haven't given any words about the price but until next week it's not that long anymore.

Cheers ~ Arne

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