New Palm OS Smartphone from ITM Technology
PalmSource and new Palm OS licensee ITM Technology AG, today launched the Palm Powered hagenuk SmartPhone S 200. ITM plans to offer the hagenuk SmartPhone S 200 to wireless customers in Germany through its retail channels beginning in April.
PalmSource and ITM Technology are hosting a press conference today at Cebit at 2:00 p.m. GMT in the ITM Technology AG booth C72 in Hall 12 to highlight the launch of the Palm Powered hagenuk SmartPhone S 200. Attendees can also visit the ITM Technology AG booth C72 in Hall 12 to see the hagenuk SmartPhone S 200 during CeBit, March 10-16, 2005.
“We are pleased to partner with PalmSource to bring the Palm Powered hagenuk SmartPhone S 200 to wireless customers in Germany, “ said Ralph Kimmig, CEO of ITM Technology AG. “Leveraging the ease-of-use and innovation of Palm Powered smartphones will enable us to grow our business and capitalize on the growing phone market.”
The hagenuk SmartPhone S 200 combines the popular Palm OS and state-of-the-art wireless and multimedia features in a compact form factor. Additional features include:
- Palm OS® 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.
The smartphone is a German localized version of the GSPDA Xplore M68 smartphone. The estimated retail price of the Palm Powered hagenuk SmartPhone S 200 is 499 EUR incl. VAT. It will be available for the German market only beginning in April.
“The hagenuk SmartPhone S 200 is a major step forward in the distribution of Palm Powered phones in Europe,” said David Nagel, president and CEO of PalmSource. “We look forward to extending our leadership as a phone software provider by enabling more cutting-edge Palm Powered phones to come to market that meet the needs of mobile users in Europe.”
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