A true Windows Mobile Smartphone has just been spotted at Mobile World Congress. It runs the non-touch version, Standard 6.1, and is a QWERTY messaging device with a 2 megapixel camera around the back. Inside you’ll find tri-band GPRS, EDGE / 3G, HSDPA connectivity and a 393Mhz ST Micro 8810 CPU. Hold on a minute – isn’t this the GT-C6620 from last year? Yep, it certainly seems to be. There also appears to be 2GB of internal storage although documentation near the handset shows 20GB!
Bluetooth and a microSD card slot are also present, as is a 320×240 (QVGA) screen and a second camera up front for video calls. Expect 7 hours of talk time.
More pictures below, plus real shots at WMExperts.com.
Link – WMExperts.com