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UNVEILED: O2 UK's XDA Zest shows its face
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 06.10.08 - 15:20:50 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 13971x
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Do you remember the O2 XDA Zest we wrote about some time ago? The O2 Xda by Asus? While the official information was somewhat limited, O2 UK's latest Windows Mobile smartphone just showed its face in the coming soon section of the carrier's web site. According to O2, "this mobile phone will give you great access to functionality with a large screen, Wi-Fi, AGPS, and 3G. You also get a 5 Megapixel camera with 4 GB built-in memory with expandable memory as well as quad band reach". As the GCF confirmed earlier, the XDA Zest will be a 3G smartphone. Interesting enough, it seems to be a completely different device than Asus own Zest, the Galxy7:

O2 UK speaks about a November release, a price or further details aren't given today.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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Posted by Jelster on 07.10.08 - 02:32:03

Still liking that Asus Galxy7/Zest, wish there was some more info on that although it's quite strange that a lot of the features are shared between the two Zests.

Posted by HM on 17.10.08 - 21:01:05

...is there any update on the specs yet...

regards
Horst

Posted by Arne Hess on 18.10.08 - 14:04:48

No updates yet. I think we have to wait until O2 UK has released the Zest. In the meantime I will try to find out more. However, according to latest information it's unlikely that we will see an O2 Germany release.

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