Two unannounced Giga-BYTE smartphones recently appeared in the Ukraine

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Two unannounced Giga-BYTE smartphones recently appeared in the Ukraine
There were a couple of Giga-BYTE smartphones that stuck up their heads over in the Ukraine – one is found running Android 1.6 while the other is Windows Mobile 6.5. The Giga-BYTE GSmart G1305 Codfish really sports some features that aptly follows its name – something that wouldn't be considered a big fish in the sea of current high-end Android contenders. The Codfish features a 3.2” HVGA touchscreen, 256MB of RAM, 600MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 processor, Wi-Fi, GPS, tri-band HSDPA connectivity, and quad-band connectivity. On the other hand, the Giga-BYTE GSmart S1205 Cougar might appeal to more people because it looks a bit more elegant – its name definitely radiates in its design. The unique thing about the Cougar is that it's a dual-SIM quad-band GSM handset running Windows Mobile 6.5 and features a 3.2” touchscreen, 416MHz processor, 128MB of RAM, Wi-Fi, and GPS. Just by looking at the image of the handset, the Cougar has a somewhat square theme going on which attracts you to its luster. That's basically all the information provided for now in regards to these handsets – hopefully more light will be shed on its pricing and availability soon.

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3 Comments

1. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

They are both weak on the hardware point of view.... especially the Cougar. I am not sure if 416 MHz processor with 128 MB of RAM will be able to run WinMo 6.5 smoothly at all, though it does look better IMO. Gigabyte should stay on making motherboards =P

2. ace1122

Posts: 237; Member since: Mar 23, 2009

Mhmm....

3. rhomaion

Posts: 187; Member since: Sep 23, 2009

FAIL!

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