ASUS P750 es GPS Phone

“Asus unveiled a new GPS-enabled mobile phone. The Asus P750-es phone is a HSDPA capable GSM phone supporting 900/1800/1900MHz operating frequencies and runs on Windows Mobile 6. Powered by a PXA270M 520MHz processor, the P750 is equipped with 64MB SDRAM and 256MB Flash memory. On-board goodies include WLAN 802.11b/g, USB 1.1 connectivity and Bluetooth 2.0+EDR. The phone also incorporates an SiRF III chipset GPS and supports the TMC (traffic message channel) so you can have real-time information on traffic and other details about reaching your destination in time.The Asus P750 sports a 2.6″ QVGA screen at 240×320 pixels resolution and a 65k color TFT display. It comes with a 3 megapixel camera and weighs in at 130 grams including the battery. For added memory, it supports microSD memory cards.Supported media formats include MPEG4, H.263, 3GP, MP3, WMA, AAC and AAC+. It can also handle JPEG, PNG, BMP and GIF image formats. No word on the pricing yet.” via

HTC P3470 Taking You in a Right Direction

htc-p3470-11 “Combining a lightweight design, HTC Home homescreen, Windows Mobile 6 Professional, 2.0 Mega-pixel digital camera, the GPS enabled HTC P3470 is now available in most part of Asia countries.HTC P3470 is equipped with a new HTC Home homescreen and a large 2.8-inch which ensure the GPS function is easy to use. The new HTC Home homescreen offers easy access to text messages, calendar entries, emails and contacts, as well as one touch access to key features and information, such as current weather conditions and four-day forecasts. The P3470 supports both finger and stylus input which not only enables the user to personalize the 9 most frequently used applications on the HTC Home, but also to manage the ring tone profiles efficiently.” More photos here:

iPhone is already the top mobile browser!!

“It’s been on the market for just six months, and already the iPhone (plus its Wi-Fi-only variant, the iPod Touch) is the most used mobile browser for Internet access in the U.S., according to Irish researcher StatCounter. At No. 2 is the Symbian OS used in Nokia’s devices. Globally, the two positions are reversed. In either case, Windows Mobile — in all its versions — is just a blip.As of March, the iPhone and iPod Touch account for 0.23 percent of U.S. Web traffic, while the business-friendly Symbian-based Nokia devices come in second place, though StatCounter did not provide their traffic percentage. Globally, Nokia comes in tops at 0.25 percent and the iPhone and iPod Touch second at 0.08 percent, despite its availability in just a few countries.” Read more here:

Nokia 5800 Xpressmedia (Tube) – the first Nokia’s touchscreen smartphone

“The Germany-based Nokiaport has posted the list of specs and a picture of a speculated Nokia’s first smartphone on S60 Touch interface. Codenamed the Tube it is expected to pop up under the name of Nokia 5800 Xpressmedia. The release of the phone will take place by the end of 2008, reports the source. The smartphone lacks any buttons and features a big touch-sensitive display ready for both stylus and finger operations.The specs of Nokia 5800 Xpressmedia (Tube):

  • Networks – GSM/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), UMTS/HSDPA
  • Display – 3.2” touchscreen, 360×640 pixels, 16M colors
  • 140 MB of onboard memory
  • 3.2-megapixel auto focus camera
  • Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi
  • GPS-receiver
  • 3.5-mm audio jack
  • TV-out
  • Dimensions – 111x52x14.5 mm
  • Weight – 104 g