Windows Mobile 5 Coming to T-Mobile Next Month
Jan 20, 2006, 1:59 PM by (staff)
T-Mobile put a page online this week for subscribers to pre-register for Windows Mobile 5 devices. Next month they will begin offering two of the many Windows Mobile devices offered by their European parent. The MDA is a Pocket PC phone based on the HTC Wizard. It features quad-band GSM/GPRS (EDGE), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 1.3 MP camera and slide out QWERTY keyboard. The SDA offers all the same features in a handset-shaped design - including a QVGA resolution screen. Since it has a traditional keypad, the SDA does not have a slide out keyboard. Cingular launched the 2125 Windows Mobile 5 Smartphone this week. It is similar to the SDA but lacks Wi-Fi and the dedicated music playback buttons.
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HTC One Trades Android for Windows Phone
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MDA and SDA for T-Mobile
Time will tell if these work out for T-Mobile, I remeber the nightmare of the HP 6315, i hated that phone with a passion. It would appear that the companies whom buy software from Microsoft don't really care how reliable the OS is. I think they should rename the product to Windows Crash 5.0.
SDA not GSM 850? Why not the Faraday?
This is the same phone I see in all the pictures but maybe the SDA is a special US...
T-mobile just keeps looking better and better
I bet many peeps are stoked for this.
Kind of an unbeatable combination: Great phones, service and prices. Go Steelers.
after EDGE launch, T-Mobile will run on fast lane
we see some nice phones (V360, T809, PEBL)
and some more coming (SDA, MDA, 6111, t709, T609, A910, and 4 nokias, 1SE, 5 motos)
3G after spectrum auction