Motorola announces MPx200, a Windows-based handset
Motorola has finally announced its MPx200 handset based on Microsoft Windows Mobile OS, of which you might have heard already, as Taiwanese Chi Mei Communication Systems (CMCS) has had time to present a number of prototypes before.
Considering it´s a CMCS phone, it should be the "Beethoven" Motorola MPx200 has 32Mb ROM and 32Mb RAM, Secure Digital slot, USB interface and IR port. The phone is designed for GSM/GPRS networks and 1800/1900MHz bands. It supports Microsoft Outlook sync either during PC connection, or via Exchange server. The phone has Pocket Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player installed.
AT&T Wireless has already declared the intention to start selling this model in Northern America. Besides, in the near future, it should arrive to Europe (Orange) and Hong Kong.
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