good lookin and stylish phone. it comes out 2nd quarter of 2005. i hear it has no IRDA port and no bluetooth but it has an MP3 player. it will be aprox 200 quid when it comes out. it has a Mini DS memory card slot. when you buy the phone it should come with a free 64MB Mini DS Memory Card. i hope it has no problems like the previous X-RANGE mobiles
I wonder if the "Intel Inside" on this phone is a mistake - the O2 XphoneIIM definitely uses an Intel Xscale (ARM)processor. This phone looks seriously underpowered.
Still very curious as to who manufactures it - can't find that out anywhere. BenQ are the normal partners but it doesn't seem to be part of that range.
Where do you get this phone from i serously want one
Is it better than the o2 X3?
is it more than £100
Great design, fantastic features and Intel inside. Should be the next thing to have.
The phone has Intel Inside and is their first attempt on the mobile market, so obviously they are behind it but who else? Rumour has it that it is a Scandinavian developer..
Its not Maxon that I know 100%. Companies bringing this to market are much bigger.
My impression of this phone is: Smart, Fast and Reliable. The musicplayer is really a hit. It's amazing how fast it is to download tracks.
This is a strong yet not expensive phone. Very fast, you can play the 3D NBA game smoothly, amazing!
I have checked the phone and found it quite cool. Bad: Antenna and no BT or PC synch. Good: Great slim size although huge and clear display, MMC card and Megapixel camera. Amazing processor speed! AAC+ music format = each track app. 1MB. Great sound. I want one..
I have had the opportunity to try this phone, and yes, it is fast, but moreover with a very logic user interface. Btw, the music player synchronizes with Windows Media Player!
T3 Magazine in the UK did a feature. Its was very positive. I think it hits the shops early June 2005. Ive used one and have pre ordered.
Nope, never saw it for real... has anybody seen it anywhere else than here?
BillyBob...Im told that 3 main companies brought this product to market. 3 Big Names (Intel being 1) .... and they succeeded. Have you seen this product work?