Sprint Announces Feature-Packed PDA Phone
Oct 25, 2004, 12:16 AM by (staff)
Sprint today announced the Audiovox PPC-6600 series of high-end PDA phones. The devices are the CDMA versions of the HTC "Blue Angel" for GSM networks, marketed as the MDA III, xda IIs, i-mate PDA2k, and Siemens SX66. Like its GSM cousins, the PPC-6600 includes Misrosoft's new Windows Mobile for Pocket PC 2003 Phone Edition. Features include a sliding keyboard, large touchscreen, Bluetooth, and a removable battery. The PPC-6601 will be available early next month exclusively to Sprint business customers, while the PPC-6600, which adds a VGA camera, will be available by the end of the year to all customers.
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