T-Mobile SDA II with QVGA display

15 Apr, 2005 | Post your comment


T-Mobile published today the details about the new SDA II smartphone - a compact, bar-shaped Windows Mobile device with QVGA (320x240 pixels) display. Compared to the currently available Windows smartphones with QVGA display, the new phone is a lot smaller and lighter, but lacks the touchscreen. It seems that T-Mobile SDA II is originally manufactured by HTC (they make most of the current Windows smartphones), so we can expect very similar devices to be released from brands such as i-mate, O2 and Orange.




T-Mobile SDA II specifications

  • Windows Mobile OS, exact version unknown
  • Tri-band, no UMTS
  • Dimensions: 108x47x20 mm
  • Weight: 107 g
  • Display: TFT 65K colors, 320x240 pixels
  • 32 MB internal memory
  • Mini-SD card slot
  • Bluetooth, Infrared, USB connectivity
  • Media Player and Mobile Office applications
  • Email client with Push support
  • L-Ion battery, 1050 mAh,
  • Stand-by 200h
  • Talk time 3h 30min

No availability or price information have been announced.