New Windows Mobile devices planned for 2006
Windows Mobile Phones have been growing in popularity in recent years?Â¢â€šÃ‡Â¨â€šÃ„Ã¹even Palm has jumped on the bandwagon. Now, a sneak peak at some manufacturers’ plans for the rest of 2006 and beyond has been uncovered, and there are some great things in store for Windows Mobile users.
The new devices, from companies such as HTC, feature Windows Mobile 5 PPC PE (PocketPC Phone Edition). The models come in several form factors, from a “top-heavy” cell phone model to units with small, built-in QWERTY keyboards. Most are equipped with 128 MB of ROM and 64 MB of RAM, and come equipped with lots of extra doodads such as camera phones, Bluetooth and WiFi, and even GPS on some models. The screens are still QVGA (320 by 240) which will be disappointing to some who yearn for higher resolutions.
Read more: Ars Technica