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Obsidian, the first Windows Mobile 6.5 from HP

Written By Kaisar Woll on 2009/05/26 | Tuesday, May 26, 2009

What the next product from HP? IPaq messenger funds have not really had the expected success (if any success), perhaps the next K3 iPaq smartphone code-named "Obsidian" will have more luck.


Refer to Engadget Mobile :

Tears well up in our eyes when we think back to the early days of Windows Mobile and HP's dominance; in recent years, the company has all but vanished from the scene, trudging along with a handful of poorly-marketed, underexposed devices that haven't launched on any US carrier. Turns out we haven't said our last goodbyes, though, because the iPAQ K3 -- codenamed "Obsidian," seemingly -- is scheduled for November 30 retail availability on AT&T. The device would launch with Windows Mobile 6.5 onboard and feature a 2 megapixel camera (a second cameraless version for high-security businessfolk might be available, too), 256MB of RAM, a half gig of ROM, microSD slot, GPS, triband HSDPA and quadband EDGE, WiFi, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a QVGA display to complement the full QWERTY keyboard. Looks like it won't be the most exciting smartphone on the carrier's shelves, but it might be a sensible choice for businesses and really, really boring people. Follow the break for a couple renders of the phone in action-packed angle shots!

As with other smartphones of the day, information from the 2009 road map of the operator AT & T. What should we expect? Nothing very exciting maybe. Smartphone style "blackberry" with Windows Mobile 6.5, a 2M pixel camera (including a version without the camera company), 256MB RAM, 512MB ROM, microSD slot, a GPS receiver, HSDPA, EDGE, WiFi, 3.5mm audio port and a screen with QVGA resolution.

May be a competitor to HTC Snap, but nothing exciting which might counteract the hegemony of a Blackberry in this segment.

4 comments:

  1. Looks great mobile phone, almost similar to blackberry. If this product of HP, then how come that it's name not even familiar... perhaps,, the time that this one was release was also the time for iPhone.

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