Multi purpose device by ETEN

“E-TEN has introduced a multi-purpose device combining functionality of several mobile devices; a GPS-navigator, a DMB-receiver and an audio player. In addition the device called G500 can receive digital radio broadcasting. The G500 is powered by Windows CE 5.0, Samsung 2440 400MHz processor and equipped with a 3.5” touchscreen QVGA LCD, 64 MB RAM and 128 MB flash memory. There is the support of Bluetooth 2.0 and an expansion slot for miniSD cards. Dimensions are 136.7×91.1×16.7 mm, its Li-Pol battery is capacious of 1300 mAh.” via

Cingular 2125 Windows Smartphone Review

Yakumo deltaX 5 BT Navigator 3 Europe“The Cingular 2125 is the successor to the popular Audiovox SMT5600 Windows smartphone, featuring faster EDGE data, an updated OS, QVGA screen, and much more.Although it’s Cingular branded, the 2125 is designed and manufactured by High Tech Computer of Taiwan. HTC is famous for manufacturing nearly all the Windows-based phone devices on the market. This includes the 2125’s predecessor, the SMT5600, also known as the HTC Typhoon. The 2125’s code name, for those who like to know, is the HTC Faraday. Unlike most of HTC’s designs, though, the Faraday is currently only available from one source: Cingular. The Faraday is also available in a camera-free variant, called the Cingular 2100. Since the lack of a camera is the only difference, the contents of this review are also applicable to the 2100.The 2125 resembles its predecessor in a general sense, retaining the overall shape of the 5600, but drastically revamping the controls and adding several new design refinements. The most noticeable of these is the change to the top of the phone. Instead of the flat top that the 5600 had, the 2125 features what has become popularly known as a “hump,” a bulge located on the top rear of the case. The hump is supposed to be an antenna housing, allowing for better radio performance than other similar phones. From my experiences, detailed under Communication, it does this quite well. So just think of it as a signal-boosting hat for the device.” Read this review at

First Look: ETens G500 GPS Smartphone at

“E-Ten Information Systems of Taiwan has sent over the G500 Pocket PC, this solid GPS navigation smartphone that looks as though it fell straight outta Tron, is up next to the review block. About 1% larger in size than the Blackberry 8700, the ETen G500 comes in at mere 119 x 62 x 23 mm. That is pretty amazing considering everything that is packed in here – GPS, GSM Quad Band, Bluetooth 2.0 and a 1.3 megapixel camera to name a few. The operating system is Window Mobile 5.0, it has a miniSD slot and a 2.8-inch QVGA screen. WiFi was left out, but where this thing is goin, you wont even find a base station.Stay tuned for more details, here are some pics and specs for now. Processor Samsung S3C2440 400 MHz Processor Memory 128 MB Flash ROM, 64 MB SDRAM Display: 2.8″, 240 x 320, 65,536 colors, transmissive TFT-LCD Weight: 191 g (with battery) GSM quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 MHzGPRS Class B / Multi-slot Class10 Bluetooth v2.0, class 2. GPS Embedded SiRF Star III chipsetCamera: Built-in 1.3 mega pixels, up to 1280 x 960 resolution Expansibility Mini-SD card slot Battery:1440 mAh Li-Ion, rechargeable, replaceable Talk time: 3.5~4 hours, Standby: 150~200 hours, Pocket PC usage: 10~15 hours,GPS usage: 2.5~5 hours ” For more check here:

Palm Treo 700p Release Date Leaked?

Rumor Palm Treo 700pGreat news about the future of Palm.Treo 700p launch date is near according to Palminfocenter“Rumor A copy of what appears to be an internal Sprint Document has been posted on TreoCentral’s message board. The poster claims the document was shown to him at a Sprint store and he was permitted to take a photocopy. If accurate, this story would confirm earlier information told to PalmInfocenter that a Treo 700p was planned to be released by Sprint in the May/June timeframe. Read on for the details.The scanned document from TreoCentral lists the following features: Treo 700p Power Vision EVDO support 128 MB memory 1.3 Megapixel camera Bluetooth, SD expansion slot Refined industrial design, complete upgrade to the Treo 650 Software: Sprint TV, On Demand, Streaming music Bluetooth DUN modem support Launch Date: 5/28/06 The document can be found on page #9 of the forum thread. Photos and similar details about the Treo 700p were first posted in early February. As with all message board rumors, keep in mind that something like this could easily be cooked up. The targeted release date listed falls on a Saturday, which kind of casts a little bit of doubt on the accuracy of that expected launch date. It is possible that could just indicate a general time frame for availability. “