Thursday, September 15, 2005
Posted by Darius Wey in "HARDWARE" @ 04:15 AM
O2 Xda Atom
A bit of news over at CNET Asia should have all you HTC Magician fans bubbling with joy. The first story involves an upcoming device known as the O2 Xda Atom. Very little is known about this device as specifications have not yet been publicly released. However, based on images available to us, the Xda Atom appears to be a media-centred Pocket PC Phone Edition with a form factor similar to the HTC Magician. The only connectivity option known so far is USB (which can be seen sitting at the bottom of the device). Cross your fingers and hope it features Wi-Fi. ;)
Read on for more!
O2 Xda Mini Pro
The next story involves the announcement of the O2 Xda Mini Pro (which many of you will know of as the HTC Wizard). The device features a TI OMAP 850 processor which runs at a sorry-to-say 195MHz clock speed, 64MB RAM, 128MB ROM, Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, GSM/GPRS support, a miniSD slot, a 1.3MP camera, a slide-out keyboard, and Windows Mobile 5.0. It's also being marketed by i-mate as the K-JAM, and Qtek as the 9100.
Both devices are expected to arrive sometime in November. We'll keep you posted on the Xda Atom as soon as more information piles in.
Thanks to CNET Asia for the images.