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.
via Unwired View