Mobile equipment manufacturer Mio will preview next week the A701, its first GPS-enabled Windows Mobile-based smart phone, The Register has learned.
According to basic specifications, the device is based on a 520 MHz Intel XScale PXA270 processor backed by 192 Mb of memory, of which we reckon at least 64 Mb will be ROM. The phone runs Windows Mobile 5, aka ‘Magneto’.
The stylish candybar handset is equipped with a 2.7 “, 240 x 320 display. It’s also fitted with a 1.3 megapixel camera. There’s no keyboard – the device presents a virtual, on-screen pad. Its radio supports tri-band GSM with GPRS. Bluetooth 1.2 connectivity is on board too. There’s a SD/MMC slot on the side for memory expansion.
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