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O2 : XDA Flame

One of our staff at DinarSoft was visiting GITEX in Dubai where he found about this new O2 device.
They call it XDA flame, and we think the name says it all :)



Here is the officially posted information about it


The above reads
The first dual processor PDA-phone, the XDA Flame incorporates the powerful NVIDIA(R) GoForce(R) GPU for unrivalled screen graphics, movie playback, photo viewing, and gaming performance.
A large 3.6" VGA touch screen and an Intel Xscal PXA processor running at 520 Mhz ensure that you stay productive and entertained while on the go.

- Intel Xscale(R) PXA 270 processor at 520 Mhz.
- 2.0 Mega Pixel camera
- NVIDIA(R) GoForce(R) 5500 GPU
-Wireless LAN 802.11b+g
- SRS Mobile HD surround sound
- USB On-The-Go
- 2 GB Flash ROM + 64 MB RAM
- TV out connector

Extra inofrmation
- Windows Mobile 5 (so far)
- Bluetooth
- Micro SD expansion slot
- 3G - Tri band phone
- Second camera for video chatting
- Built-in flash for the main camera
- The battery power is not final yet (the demo one had 1600 mA)
- Built-in FM tuner
- Business card reader (through camera)
- Infrared (does any one still use this?)

They are launching in Q1-2007 (Thailand being the first)
There is no current plans for a quad-band phone (N.A. guys can still use it with Cingular)

No data yet on power consumption :(

I’ll leave you with the photos

Checking out the TV out

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Looks a bit taller than my Dell X50v

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Wow, first time seeing this huge ROM

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Hmm, a bit thicker than the X50v
Micro SD slot, volume control and camera button

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Width compared to the X50v and you can see the power button at the top.

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Other side; record button, TV out (cable included), infrared port (it’s still covered with the protective plastic) and an OK button.

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Bottom, (sorry for the quality) and you can see the USB port and the audio connector.

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Another side view

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The back side 

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FM Radio software

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Front view

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Compared to a business card

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And another one :)

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Are they going to call this an iXDA?

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Discuss and share your thoughts about this new device at www.pocketpcthoughts.com.



 
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