While details are still sketchy, Gigabyte has announced plans to introduce three new Windows Mobile phones next week at  Mobile World Congress, one of which is expected to be the GSmart S1200. The Taiwan-based company didn't offer much with regards to device specifications, but Engadget Mobile is reporting that the S1200 will be running Windows Mobile 6.1, be .43 inches thin, and have a 528MHz Qualcomm 7200A processor running the show. Gigabyte isn't new to the mobile phone business, offering a wide range of Windows Mobile phones outside the United States.

Gigabyte also made reference to a new business offering, only saying that it'll be "something very different to what they have before." One has to wonder if the "something different" includes bringing the company's Windows Mobile phones to the U.S. market.