windows mobile 5

  • Opera Releases Beta Of Native Opera Mini 5 App For Windows Mobile Phones

    Opera Software has been busy lately, releasing fresh finalized and beta products on a near-daily basis. This morning, the company announced that it has released a native version of Opera Mini 5 beta for handsets running Windows Mobile 5 and 6. Interestingly, the new WinMo version of Opera Mini does not require Java. That basically means any Windows Mobile phone can accommodate the app. Despite… Read More

  • Verizon Drops Low-End Clamshell Windows Mobile Smartphone

    , the average-looking flip phone has access to your Exchange server, the ability to read Office documents from your corporate network, and all the other (hard-to-use) goodness of WinMo: Smartphone Edition. Besides rocking the MS OS, the VZN clamshell features a 1.3-Megapixel cam with flash (nice!), Bluetooth, and EV-DO. In addition, you get a microSD card slot for music. Since the WinMo comes… Read More

  • Pharos Brings GPS-Enabled Smartphone to USA

    We like the E-Ten Glofiish X500, a Windows Mobile 5 smartphone with a true GPS receiver built-in. Pharos will be the first label to carry the handset in America, calling it the GPS Phone, because it’s imaginative. To be announced tomorrow, it will be sold as an unlocked GSM smartphone, for about $700 at “major retail outlets”, which means you might actually see this… Read More

  • Voxtel's Latest Camera (with Smartphone Built-In!)

    . The W740 from Voxtel, however, is a potential contender. Sporting a 240×320 touchscreen, 4-megapixel camera (!?), and Bluetooth, the slim, understated smartphone is exactly what a smartphone should be for most people: simple. No WiFi, but I’m guessing it supports UMTS/HSDPA, so that’s not really an issue. If the handset is as good as it looks, I’m tempted. Fortunately… Read More

  • Don't Hold Your Breath for Treo 750

    quarter of 07, which is December-February, not that long, after all. Ed is blaming the delay on certification of “a key product.” Wait, what? Didn’t the 750 pass FCC Read More

  • Verizon Gets Windows Mobile for New Clamshell Smartphone

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/Star Trek, the 802 has most of the same features as the GSM phone: a 320×240 main screen, full color secondary screen, Bluetooth, microSD, 1.3-megapixel camera, and a slim flip form factor. The Pantech, however, also includes EV-DO for wireless broadband, at speeds that smoke the 3125's EDGE speeds. While a… Read More

  • Leaked Samsung SGH-i760 Looks Mmm-Mmm Good


    For the past several months I’ve been regularly using the Samsung T809 from T-Mobile. I really dig the slider’s design, features and display, despite the crappy battery life I get from it. Well this leaked Samsung SGH-i760 Windows Mobile 5 for Pocket PC Smartphone with slide-out QWERTY keyboard looks like the Hershey Big Block to the T809′s Miniature. The specs look… Read More

  • New I-Mate JAQ Photos

    Well, well, well, looks like the I-Mate JAQ is one sexy little phone. Mobility Today got the pics to prove it today, direct from I-Mate. Just a little rundown on this thing: Windows Mobile 5, 2.8-inch 320×240 (QVGA) TFT LCD 64K colors, mini SD, IrDA and Bluetooth v1.2. At 122mm x 71mm x 22mm and 160g, it could give the Q a run for its money. EXCLUSIVE: I-Mate JAQ Photos [Mobility Today… Read More

  • Cingular Gets Samsung SGH i607

    It looks like I might have found my next phone. Cingular will be offering the Samsung SGH i607 in Q3. This UMTS/HSDPA equipped handset runs Windows Mobile 5 OS and it is said to be particularly capable of handling xCSS and enhanced-xHTML. It also features a standard 1.3MP camera, Bluetooth connectivity and a 64k TFT display with a resolution of 320 x 240. In addition to all of that, it… Read More