OK, I know many of you don’t like the “iPhone-killer” expression (and I’m not too fond of it myself), but wait until you see the Gsmart S1200 – one of the smartphones Gigabyte is readying for MWC 2009.
The handset is only 0.43-inch (11mm) thick and it looks really well-designed. Its OS is Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, all dressed-up with Gigabyte’s Smart Zone – a brand new interface developed by the Taiwanese company itself.
GSmart S1200 is powered by a 528MHz Qualcomm 7200A CPU. Its display seems large enough to have a VGA resolution, so let’s hope it actually does have it. Unfortunately, other details about the device are currently missing.
Anyway, here’s what it looks like:
Together with the Gsmart S1200, Gigabyte (better known for its computer hardware stuff rather than for smartphones) will also unveil three new series of handsets, said to fall under the Business, Style and Multimedia categories.
Guess we’ll see what exactly all this is about at MWC.
Via Engadget Mobile
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