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Gigabyte entering Europe with Smartphone g-Smart i
|On my way to the Hall 26 where most of the mobile phone manufactures are located, I accidentally passed by the Gigabyte stand. A couple of ordinary looking phones where on display, and I want to know a little more about these devices. A Gigabyte representative wanted me to look at the latest Smartphone from the company and guided me to the "Gigabyte g-Smart i". This model is a phone running Windows Mobile 5 and the highlights are: Touch screen, TV and radio receiver built in, 2.1 Megapixels camera, Office applications, GPRS and WLAN connectivity.|
A previous model called "g-Smart" have been for sale in Asia but Gigabyte now wants to enter the European market with the "g-Smart I". The phone is light with a weight of only 130g. It has passed the "Designed for Windows Mobile"- approval test and must therefore have a standby battery capacity for more than 150 hours. I talked to Mr. Tsai which had done some field testing of the device and he could confirm the promised usage hours.
I told them to add a scrolling wheel as I have used the Sony Ericsson P900 a lot and I felt something was missing with the g-Smart.
|i think it's more than perfect|
|By king on 8 Apr 19:59|
|i wanted to know where cani find gigabyte g smart i because i'm for it on the web and i dont actually have nothing about it ... maybe the keyword wa wrong so please give me another key word that will help me to find the product on the web or just send me the full phone specification on my email adress : email@example.com and its price... i'de like to know if the phone is available the belgium or france... please send me ad more information as you can on my email: firstname.lastname@example.org |
|By Soul on 15 Mar 20:26|
|error that g-Smart I not support DVB-T|
|By error on 12 Mar 00:50|
Seems to be a "all in one for maximum impact-toy"...
|By wwwultrafeeltv on 11 Mar 20:13|
|Not quite my cup of tea...|
|By Tranquil on 11 Mar 17:19|
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