byEvan Blass||March 8th 2006 at 8:30amMarch 8th 2006 8:30 am
If there were ever any doubts regarding our complete dedication to our readers, let them be dispelled here and
now, because we just suffered through four pages of a poorly-translated Italian "review" (it's more of a
hands-on, as some features on the demo were not enabled) so that we could bring you the latest on the
so-hot-that-it-makes-us-giddy Fujitsu-Siemens T830 smartphone.
This gadgetfreak's delight sports a Windows Mobile 5-powered Intel PXA270 416MHz processor, GSM/UMTS, WiFi, Bluetooth,
SIRF Star III GPS, dual cameras (two megapixel and VGA), 64MB RAM/128MB ROM, SDIO/MMC slot, the always-popular QWERTY
keyboard, and the never-popular 240 x 240 2.4-inch TFT LCD. With all of these features, it's little wonder that
SoloPalmari came out of their private screening with a "positive" sense of the device, which just brings us
one step closer to knocking HP's hw6900 off the top of our
"must-have" list. Click on for a few more shots...