New GSPDA Xplore M68 Smartphone for Europe
PalmSource and Group Sense PDA Limited ("GSPDA"), one of the largest sellers of handheld computers in Asia, today announced the new Palm Powered Xplore M68 smartphone. The new Xplore M68 smartphone from GSPDA will be showcased in the 3GSM World Congress PalmSource booth.
Joining the existing Palm Powered Xplore G18, G88 and M28 smartphone product family, the Xplore M68 combines the industry-leading Palm OS and state-of-the-art wireless and multimedia features in a compact form factor. The Xplore M68 is now available through distributors in France, Germany, Italy and Spain. Pricing will be set by the individual distributors.
"Combining our strength in building innovative smartphones with the flexibility of Palm OS has enabled us to provide our customers with easy-to-use wireless products that deliver a superior telephony and multimedia user experience," said Thomas Tam, managing director of GSL Group Sense (International) Ltd.
"We are pleased to welcome GSPDA's fourth-generation Palm Powered Xplore smartphone as it strengthens the Palm OS platform's leadership position in the European smartphone market," said David Nagel, president and chief executive officer of PalmSource. "With GSPDA's cutting-edge design philosophy and efficient time-to-market approach, we look forward to more innovative smartphones to come to market that meet the needs of Palm Powered mobile users."
Xplore M68 Smartphone Expanded Features and Benefits
- Palm OS(R) Garnet;
- Bluetooth technology for communicating with headsets, car kits, computers and printers equipped with Bluetooth technology;
- MP3 and MPEG4 for audio and video-capturing and playback;
- 1.3 megapixel integrated camera for vibrant photos;
- 32 MB RAM / 64 SDRAM flash memory;
- 2.2-inch D-TFD 64K colors LCD screen;
- SMS, MMS, WAP, email, Java support;
- SD/MMC Card expansion; and
- One-handed navigation five-way jog dial.
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