HP iPAQ 610/614 Business Navigator

HP iPAQ 610/614 Business Navigator is also a part of a newly lauched HP iPAQ line-up.

Designed in a traditional candybar smartphone form factor, it features fast 520 MHz CPU, advanced data connectivity options, A-GPS and a number of intersting single hand interface navigation tools including Smart Touch wheel, three-way thumb wheel and big 2.8″ touchscreen display.

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Full specs for HP iPAQ 610/614 Business Navigator include:

  • Integrated Quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, Tri Band HSPDA
    Integrated WiFi – 802.11 b/g with WPA2 security
    Integrated Bluetooth® v2.0 with EDR
    Integrated GPS navigation (Assisted GPS)
  • Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Professional
    Mobile Microsoft programs included: Office Mobile, Office Outlook Mobile, Internet Explorer Mobile
  • Marvell PXA270 Processor 520 MHz
  • 2.8-inch transmissive TFT 65,000 color 240 x 320 pixel touch panel display with LED backlight
  • 3 Megapixel, autofocus, 4X digital zoom
    Image file formats: GIF, JPEG, BMP, PNG; image resolutions: QCIF (176×144), CIF (352×288), QVGA (320×240), VGA
    (640×480), and SXGA (1280×1024)
    Video file format: WMV; video resolution: 176×144 (QCIF)
  • 128 MB SDRAM main memory for running applications
    256 MB flash ROM
  • USB 2.0 client for sync/data/charge
    64-bit Micro SD card slot
  • Integrated microphone, receiver, speaker and stereo headphone jack
  • Numeric keypad with smart touch wheel, thumb wheel, 2 soft keys, volume control, send /end buttons, reset, voice command,
    portrait/landscape key
  • HP apps: HP iPAQ Data Connect; HP VoiceReply; HP Voice Commander7; HP iPAQ Device Connect; MMS Composer, Bluetooth
    Manager, Certificate Enroller, HP Photosmart Mobile, iPAQ Wireless Manager, Pocket Panel Lite, HP Help and Support, HP
    QuickStart Tour, HP Enterprise Mobility Agent.
  • Dimensions: 117 x 60.3 x 17.5mm (4.6 x 2.37 x 0.69 in)
  • Weight: 145g (5.1 oz)

In my opinion HP iPAQ 610/614 is the best to date HP’s attempt to enter the business smartphone category.

Author: Stasys Bielinis

While I like to play with the latest gadgets, I am even more interested in broad technology trends. With mobile now taking over the world - following the latest technology news, looking for insights, sharing and discussing them with passionate audience - it's hard to imagine a better place for me to be. You can find me on Twitter as @UVStaska'

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  • Simon

    this isn’t the best thing since sliced bread. Having run one for some time now, the cell connection drop outs requiring a reset are a massive pain, as is the need to reset after pass through connection to a PC to get GPRS connections to work again. Battery life is poor and useability is not great having thrown features from everyone elses phone at it. Not a great phone to own, and you will spend most of the time resetting it for some reason

  • Mio

    This is really plain pocketwarmer nothing else,if it’s no need to warm too long. Battery life is really fair, example this morning 1 hour standby time consumes battery to 75%. You really can’t go anywhere without somekind of charger, that only good thing this one have miniusb connector. And there is many bugs (sms,alarms,etc…) I don’t even believe that HP dares put Business word in model. If your business rely on this equipment your business is going down, and really fast. Your money goes totally in the drain.