O2 UK has just announced the release of Xda Zest, the first PDA from the Xda family to be available on both Pay&Go and Pay Monthly plans.
Although O2 says that its new PDA looks stylish, the Zest has a rather modest design, with nothing that can pass as really attractive.
The Xda Zest is built by Asus and comes with Windows Mobile 6.1 on board, thus offering users the well-known advantages of Microsoft Mobile Outlook and Microsoft Mobile Office.
The official specs and features of O2 Xda Zest include:
A 2.8 inch TFT touchscreen display (with 320 x 240 pixels, apparently)
Built in GPS and a 2-week CoPilot Sat Nav trial
A 3 MP camera
Starting November 17, the new O2 Xda Zest will be available for purchase in O2’s stores, as well as via the carrier’s online shop. On Pay&Go, the Xda Zest costs £249.99 (about $393), while with certain contract agreements the device will even be offered for free.
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