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Cingular Surprises With Launch of HP 6320 and 6325

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Jun 6, 2005, 1:27 PM   by (staff)

Cingular and HP today announced a new Pocket PC phone for Cingular's network. The HP iPaq 6320 and 6325 are re-branded versions of the 6310 and 6315 that have been available through T-Mobile for nearly a year. They feature the same quad-band GSM/GPRS access, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth thumb keyboard attachment and Windows Mobile 2003 SE software. The 6325 also features a VGA camera. HP has announced several new GSM Windows Mobile devices, which have been rumored for launch on T-Mobile. With this new relationship, it is possible the the Mobile Messenger series could show up in Cingular stores as well.

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Jun 6, 2005, 4:00 PM


I don't see anything stating the phone will have edge....just gprs...can anybody confirm either way???
There's no reference to EDGE in the specs on HP's site, which are quite extensive, so I have assume no EDGE.
My sources say that the iPAQs will both have EDGE, look for this when Cing starts putting the word out.

Jun 6, 2005, 4:59 PM

Windows Mobile 2003 SE ?

Does it really have se? I have a h6315 and it doesn't have wm 2003se. I checked hp's website and dont see it mentioned either??? Maybe we can finally have the se version on the h6315 too? or maybe I am excited for nothing
it's still outdated - even with se. even with 2005 edition it would still be outdated without EDGE (so few smart phones have edge). By the way - maybe it took so long to come out on cingular b/c they sent it back to HP for tweeking - that's where it...

Jun 6, 2005, 1:53 PM

wouldnt it be cool

I personally just don't care for the look of the iPaq 6320. Clamshells people! Nice features though. I wish I could design my own phone, now that would be something!

Just like you can build your own pc.

Yes: I would like this chip set, that size screen with these features, in this color and style of housing.

I know, not realistic, a guy can daydream still right. Wink

carry on
I know what you mean. Like maybe a true vga screen? That would be nice.
designing your own PC? I think this is much closer to a laptop/pda/ipod. With current technology the best they can do is changeable faceplates.

I'd rather have pluggable internal parts, like adding GPS or USB2 or Firewire -- kinda like you have Typ...
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