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RUMOR: Is HP ready to introduce its third Pocket PC Phone Edition?
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 04.02.05 - 08:48:07 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 11215x
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Brighthand got information and photos about a new HP iPAQ which remind pretty much the Treo 600:

Yesterday, HP said it intends to release later this year a cellular-wireless handheld called the iPAQ Mobile Messenger. Now, several images have been given to Brighthand of this upcoming device.

According to the source of these pictures, this device will be part of the hw6500 series.

The pictures match the few details HP has released on its upcoming cellular-wireless Pocket PC, including the presence of a built-in keyboard.

In addition, the images give a few additional details on the hw6500, like the fact that it will have a built-in camera with some form of flash.

Apparently this Pocket PC will also include a swappable battery.

This will be the first Pocket PC with a square (240 by 240 pixel) screen. Support for square screens was specifically added to Windows Mobile 2003 SE to make adding built-in keyboards easier.

Hmmm... Yam yam... :-) Do you remember our discussion last December where the launch of a square display device was expected? Seems we have found it - finally. ;-)

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by brian on 10.02.05 - 02:39:38

why 240x240 resolution? the treo 650 has 320x320. i was hoping to wait and switch to this device rather than upgrade my treo 600 to a 650. i see two slot on the right-hand side. two diffrent medias?

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