Gigabyte M1220 - a handset worth looking at

Gigabyte M1220 - a handset worth looking at
The handsets that fall in the business category seem to be flourishing. This is once again proved by the Gigabyte M1220, which looks as good as the Treo Pro/Bold, utilizing the same form-factor . Because of this, it features a landscape-oriented touch-sensitive screen in QVGA resolution, measuring at 2.4 inches. The other distinct feature is the QWERTY keyboard, which seems to have some well-sized keys . Still, the M1220 will not be a regular smartphone, for it will run Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional, delivering the latest in business functionality. Not only this, but it will also take advantage of Gigabyte’s own flash-based Smart Zone User Interface. Of course, a device of this class will not show up without the proper equipment, which includes a 3.1MP camera, additional 0.3MP camera for video conversations (the M1220 supports HSDPA/HSUPA), Wi-Fi, GPS and accelerometer. In contrast to what you may have thought, the device will actually use a completely standard Qualcomm 528MHz processor and the modest 128 MB of RAM.

All this sounds great, but you know the rules – no WM6.5 devices before the second half of this year at the earliest, and yes, not a single word on pricing so far.

via: WMPoweruser

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