the HP 512 aledi got me.. i think this will be even better.. definately goin for this if de price doesn't exceed US$600 in my country..
R u kiddin me. 7.2 mbps of hsdpa. thats the fatsest yet. my nokia doesnt perform as well in practice as it should in theory.
Return of the HP! Contains all required features & connectivity.
More processing power!
more input methods!!!
more connectivity !!!!
Single handed operation!!!!!
Hope its NOT over priced!!!!!!
where is fm radio???
edge is also unavailable...
hp should better take care of those.
Chipset: Qualcomm MSM6280
For the GPS is using - gpsOne
Opinions about - gpsOne:
The GPS receiver is built in the Chipser of the phone (Qualcomm MSM7200) and is gpsOne - the one used in almost all CDMA phones. Many people will be disappointed that it is not a SirfStar III, as it is known as the best on the market, giving excellent results in position lock times, usability and accuracy. But our performance test left us happy with the results: in direct comparison with the first TyTN paired with external GPS with SirfStar III chip (Holux 236), we obtained the same results for GPS Location.
The two phones acted absolutely identically – they started for the same time (15 seconds), both needed additional 10 seconds for location lock, and calculated a route equivalently fast. This is way better than most other chips on the market.
The drawback of the gpsOne compared to the SirfStar III is the weaker signal reception. Although it was completely usable during the tests, we examined the reception in continues driving through the city with the TyTN II (gpsOne) and Holux 236 (SirfStar III), connected to a TyTN next to each other. Both phones used TomTom6 and the TyTN II indicated weaker signal. In about half of the time, it displayed 2-3 out of 5, while the SirfStar III managed to get 4 out of 5.
As a whole, the GPS of the TyTN II is very usable, and gives very good results. Although it is not as powerful as the SirfStar III when it comes to reception, when directly compared with the chip used in Nokia phones (E90 and N95) makes them look funny.
Price (approximately) - 599$.
The touch sensitive scroll wheel sounds really handy.
Maybe SE will copy it for their P series.
Cellular Data Link: CSD, HSCSD, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA
Built-in GPS: NMEA 0183
If this phone supports SDHC, then it will be a phone I'm going to buy!!
don think its a durable one!i prefer imate 8150.whats the use of a 3mp camera for a business man using this phone!?
in reply to Orzi 'what is a-gps?' it is 'assisted gps' feel free to read up on it at (http://www.navigadget.com/index.php/gps-knowledge/a-gps-assisted-gps/) basically its just a variation on the standard to provide more accurate and faster results. hope this helps. ciao.
can anyone tell me is there secondary camera in front of the HP iPaq 610c other than the 3.15mp at the back??
cool gadgets...here are some preview.....
HP is picking up, both this and the iPAQ 910 are going to right direction. WM6 with excess RAM and all the connectivity interface. Much more better than its previous 6900 series.
GPS is global positioning system. with the bundle software u can location urself and mapping your direction on the bundled map. It has came out ages
I am a local world phone dealer in Dallas and I must say this phone has everything that a man needs. I just hope it isn't over-priced like the iPhone, in which most dealers like myself hate. This phone should be a great seller, along with the 910c. HP is going towards the right direction!