Well, now. This week's off to a good start, first with Sprint's integrated picture mail being linked, and now with this little gem.
Enter the Asus Glaxy7 [via wmpoweruser], an obvious answer to the Samsung Omnia. And it indeed is a looker.
What's reportedly under the hood:
- Windows Mobile 6.1.
- EDGE (850/900/1800/1900), WCDMA (900/1900/2100). That's bad news for the U.S., though, without the 850 MHz band for 3G.
- 5MP camera!
- 800x480 3.5-inch touchscreen.
- 4 hours talk time, 200 hours standby.
- 4 gigs of memory.
- MicroSD card.
- Trackball navigation.
- Dimensions 115mm x 59mm x 13.8mm.
- Bluetooth 2.0.
A possible October launch also is mentioned. Let's hope we see this one sooner rather than later.
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