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HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian strikes with an AMOLED screen

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HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian strikes with an AMOLED screen
According to some fresh unofficial information, the still unannounced HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian for AT&T will feature a 2.46-inch touch-sensitive display that would be utilizing the AMOLED technology, which is known for providing a brilliant image quality. Well, back in May, when we first heard of the iPAQ K3, the leaked specs sheet listed a 2.8-inch screen, which is way better than the 2.46-inch possibility, but that full QWERTY keyboard on the front sure takes a lot of space… However, nothing is official yet, so we can’t be sure about any of these.

Other details about the hardware of the K3 make up for a pretty mainstream Windows Mobile smartphone. Actually, as confirmed by the images, the handset would be running on WM6.5, powered by a 528MHz processor, 256 MB of RAM and 512 MB of ROM. A 3.2MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.5mm jack and а microSD slot for additional memory are also said to be on board.

The HP iPAQ K3 is indeed AT&T-branded on the images, so we presume there’s a chance the November 30 launch date we know of would actually turn out real. And what do you think, AT&T customers? Would the iPAQ K3 be a nice addition to the carrier’s catalogue?

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via: GSMArena

The HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian is said to sport an AMOLED touchscreen
The HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian is said to sport an AMOLED touchscreen
The HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian is said to sport an AMOLED touchscreen
The HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian is said to sport an AMOLED touchscreen

The HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian is said to sport an AMOLED touchscreen


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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:43

1. Jyakotu (Posts: 814; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)


From my knowledge, HP was known for their smartphones. I mean, who better to make a smartphone than a computer manufacturer? It looks like a great smartphone to the AT&T catalog.

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