GSmart (Gigabyte’s mobile phone brand) has brought an arsenal of new Windows Mobile handsets to the Computex show in Taipei. The flagship of the new range is Gigabyte GSmart MS808.
MS808 sports everything a mobile TV fan could want, but was afraid to ask for. It supports -T, DVB-H, T-DMB and ISDB-T. And if that isn’t enough to make you happy, it also has GPS and runs Windows Mobile 6.1.
The CPU is a 624 MHz Marvell PXA310 and Gigabyte GSmart MS808 has a 2.8″ display that fits its mobile TV capabilities.
GSmart MS808, just like all GSmart models to be released this year, features the company’s new SmartTouch GUI and G-Sensor applications, perfect for games and multimedia applications.
Joining GSmart’s SmartTouch party at Computex will be a few other new models. Gigabyte GSmart MS802, set to replace GSmart MS800, has 3G support and a 520 MHz CPU. GSmart MS802 runs Windows Mobile 6 Professional. It also has WiFi and is accompanied by GSmart MW702, that has the same specifications, but is an EDGE version.
Last but not least, Computex visitors got to admire the 3G Gigabyte GSmart MS820 (and its EDGE version, MW720). It has a 520 MHz CPU, a 2.8″ display and the OS is Windows Mobile Professional 6.1. Another interesting feature of GSmart MS820 is the 3 megapixel camera, more than suitable for snapshots.
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