Two exciting new WinMo-devices were unveiled today by HP. Named HP iPAQ Data Messenger and HP iPAQ Voice Messenger, they both feature lengthy specs sheets and powerful CPUs. The Voice Messenger is running on the Standard edition of the Windows Mobile 6.1 OS, while the Data Messenger is getting the touch-screen benefits of the Professional version.
The HP Data Messenger comes in the slider form factor featuring a full QWERTY keyboard. It has a 2.81" QVGA touchscreen display capable of showing up to 65K colors.
HP Voice Messenger is a bar-shaped phone with a 20-key Blackberry-esque QWERTY keyboard. It has a more modest 65K color 2.4" display of QVGA resolution. A noteworthy feature of the Voice messenger is its relatively compact body standing at 114 x 50 x 13.6mm and weighing only 107g in contrast to the 160g of the Data messenger.
Both devices support tri-band (900/1900/2100 MHz) UMTS (with HSDPA) and quad-band GSM, making them capable of worldwide roaming. Some of the other features they share are integrated GPS (with A-GPS support), Wi-Fi and 3 megapixel autofocus camera. Both devices are powered by a 528 MHz Qualcomm CPU and have 128MB of SDRAM.
Thanks to MobilMania.sk we can also present you live photos of the HP Voice Messenger.
These phones do not support the T-Mobile USA's 3G bands (1700/2100mhz). Unless you use AT&T these phones fast 7.2 Mbps HSDPA 3G connectivity will be useless.
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