“The Duo’s dual-slider design makes for, quite possibly, the best non-touchscreen Windows Mobile Smartphone configuration thus far, but its lackluster features and slow performance make it a device that I can recommend only to those needing the most basic Windows Mobile phone.”
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The four major wireless service providers in the United States – Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T Mobility – have each rolled out new unlimited plans for 2008. Since all four carriers offer Windows Mobile PDA Phones and Smartphones, we thought it would be worthwhile to briefly introduce you to each of the unlimited plans, including what each plan offers and leaves out.
Keep reading… Four Major U.S. Wireless Providers Go Unlimited
As promised, the Samsung Ace has gone on sale today at Sprint.com. The Windows Mobile 6 Standard Smartphone will be available for purchase at retail Sprint stores in March 2008.
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As of February 13, 2008, the iPAQ 610 Series Business Navigator is no longer slated for a U.S. release. Citing "legal issues between suppliers of mobile phone technologies," HP announced that it had canceled the iPAQ 610 in the States, but did not indicate its plans, if any, to make this handheld available in Europe or Asia.
Sony Ericsson will enter the Windows Mobile Smartphone market later this year with the XPERIA X1, a touchscreen handset with several new and innovative features. The X1′s 3" touchscreen display slides out to expose a full QWERTY keyboard, but rather than sliding over or up, the screen slides on an angled curve, a so-called "Arc-slider" design.