|2G bands||GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900|
|Body||Dimensions||119 x 75 x 18.7 mm (4.69 x 2.95 x 0.74 in)|
|Weight||190 g (6.70 oz)|
|Display||Type||TFT resistive touchscreen, 65K colors|
|Size||3.5 inches, 53 x 71 mm (~42.5% screen-to-body ratio)|
|Resolution||240 x 320 pixels (~114 ppi pixel density)|
|Platform||OS||Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 PocketPC Phone Edition|
|Chipset||TI OMAP 1510|
|Memory||Card slot||SD, up to 1 GB|
|Internal||64 MB RAM, 64 MB ROM|
|Sound||Alert types||Vibration; Polyphonic, MP3 ringtones|
|Features||Messaging||SMS, Email, Instant Messaging|
|- Pocket Office |
|Battery||Removable Li-Ion 1800 mAh battery|
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My first exposure to a proper smartphone, after the early Nokia communicators. $1600 at Harvey Norman in 2004 and looked spaceage in its day. Mostly for the top executive types. Today a lot of phones with better features at $300. But in 2004 this was...
this phone kick ass u cant compare the iphone to this phone yes the procceser in the i phone is much faster. HTC has picked up the missing puzzle and has started a new wavw of PDA and phones, good luck........
wow comparing this thig to a iphone is like comparing apples to oranges, processor speed is half what an iphone is, having owned both of these phones, yes the iphone is much better but its also a newer device think of what was around in 2004 (mo...