Mobilitysite via YouTube shows us with a brief hands-on look at the HP iPAQ 500 from CTIA 2007. In case you didn’t know, the handset features a 220 x 176 TFT display, 200-MHz OMAP850 processor, 128MB ROM, 64MB RAM, Bluetooth connectivity, and a microSD card slot. Hit the jump to watch the video.
The HP iPaq 510 Voice Messenger may arrive earlier than expected, since FCC has approved it. The smartphone runs on Windows Mobile 6.0 and has a poor 1.3MP camera. FYI, the iPaq 510 can’t be used for simultaneous operation of WLAN and GSM/GPRS transmitters, so if you get a phone call while you are connected to a WLAN, the phone automatically shuts down the WLAN mode.
HP introduced at 3GSM 2007 their new iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger. This smartphone features a 220 x 176 TFT display, 200-MHz OMAP850 processor, 128MB ROM, 64MB RAM, Bluetooth, and a microSD card slot. Other features include EDGE and 802.11b/g Wi-Fi for connectivity. Watch the short video after the jump!
HP’s latest smartphone, the iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger. features a 220 x 176 TFT display, 200-MHz OMAP850 processor, 128MB ROM, 64MB RAM, Bluetooth, and a microSD card slot. Check the phone gallery after the break!
HP showed off its new iPAQ rw6828 Multimedia Messenger titanium black during HP Consume Press Launch in Seoul Korea. The device supports GSM/GPRS technology and it enables users to have access to the internet via WiFi. Powered by the Microsoft Window Mobile 5.0 phone edition, the iPAQ rw6828 also sports 2MP shooter, FM radio, MP3 player, miniSD card slot, Bluetooth connectivity. See more pictures after the jump!
Via Aving USA