in November, Telefónica and O2 Asia announced the
management buyout of O2 Asia which is now known as
MWG (Mobile and Wireless Group)
and with the launch of the new site, MWG pre-announced three new Windows Mobile
Pocket PC Phones: The Xda Atom 4, the Xda Flame 2 and the Xda Zinc 2. Now,
Expansys Hong Kong unveiled what the Xda Atom 4 is about and even more important
how it will look.
Featuring Windows Mobile 6 Professional, the Xda Atom 4 is powered by a Marvell
PXA270 CPU at 520 MHz and supports quadband GSM/GPRS as well as triband
UMTS/HSDPA up to 3.6 Mbps, WiFi b/g and Bluetooth 2.0. Furthermore the Xda Atom
4 features a 3 megapixel main camera, a SiRF Star III GPS receiver and an FM
radio with RDS support:
The inbuilt 256 MB ROM and 64 MB RAM memory can be
expanded with microSD memory cards and the 2.8" touchscreen supports QVGA/VGA (?) resolution.
While availability isn't announced yet, Expansys Hong Kong takes preorders
already and gives a price of HK$ 4,775 / around 415 Euro.
Cheers ~ Arne