PiTech Develops 3 MegaPixel Palm OS Smartphone
updated Portable Innovation Technology (PiTech) today announced a new Palm Powered smartphone. The PiTech i10 is the world's first Palm OS smartphone to include a three megapixel camera with auto focus and anti hand shaking features.
The Pitech I-10 is based on the smartphone platform developed by PiTech and built on the Palm OS Garnet operating system. It has a Quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900mhz) radio with EDGE high speed data and is targeted at the consumer market. The device has a a 2.4-inch color QVGA (240x320 pixel) display and a mini SD expansion slot. It will also have Bluetooth 2.0 wireless.
The Pitech I-10 comes with rich multimedia features including a 3-megapixel camera with auto focus & anti hand shaking features, WAV/MP3/MIDI ring tone supportability, MP3 player and MEPG4 video capture and playback capabilities. In addition, the device is bundled with productivity applications such as Documents-to-Go and PalmSource Mail.
"We are very excited about the launch of the Pitech I-10 based on Palm OS," said Patrick Lin, executive director of Pitech. "We are thrilled to be working with PalmSource in launching the first Palm Powered smartphone with 3-megapixel camera. The Pitech I-10 is the ultimate Palm Powered smartphone thanks to its comprehensive camera features and robust multimedia capabilities."
The smartphone will be launched across multiple markets in Asia and Europe in Q2 2006.
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