The T-Mobile MDA Vario size and weight is the same as the Sony Ericsson P900. It fits in the pocket just as well as the Sony Ericsson P900. This handset features a comfortable QWERTY keyboard and supports both Bluetooth and GPRS. Visit Gadgetspy for more of the review. T-Mobile are currently offering a package deal with the Co-Pilot Live 6 satellite navigation software and hardware.
The Blackberry 7130g features a 4.5-inch display, an Intel XScale 312MHz processor, 16MB SDRAM, 64MB flash memory, SureType keypad, and Bluetooth support. There’s no info on pricing or availability. Via TechEBlog.
HTC recently launched the Qtek 8500 dubbed the STRTrk. It is small, thick, and also light at around 3 ounces. It has a 1.3 megapixel camera, and its 320×240 LED-backlit screen is 2.2 inches across. It has the ability to syncronize with Microsoft Outlook, Word and PowerPoint files. It’s also equipped with Bluetooth and can handle WMA, MP3 or AAC files in its microSD memory extension. Available in two colors, pink and black. According to Gadget Candy, STRTrk will be available from mid-June for €499 (around £342).
IXI’s latest phone is the Ogo CT-17, and is the perfect cellular device for communication. Some of its features include Instant Messaging, email news, SMS, voice, web browsing and RSS reader for podcasts. In addition, it includes Bluetooth that enables a wireless headset. The Ogo CT-17 is available worldwide and costs $62.17 in Germany Via New Launches.
Over the past years gadgets have been getting smaller and smaller. Elite will be releasing it’s very small cell phone. This phone features a 6″ screen and variety of applications including games, calendar, memo, alarm clock and others. Elite also gives a “Elite Model Look vanity case” and a personal handsfree kit. This very tiny phone will measure at 59 x 53 x 22.5 mm and weighs only 75g. Via Gizmodo.
Swiss-based ImCoSys has just announced its June 2006 release of its Linux Smartphone. The phone will feature GPS, Bluetooth, an internet browser with email functions, a document viewer that supports PDFs, a touchscreen, 64 MB Flash, and few other goodies (but no camera). The price will be around 300 Euros (about $350). Info via The Gadget Blog.