Not too long ago we were intrigued by some mysterious and confidential shots
of a Pocket PC phone from a Russian company called ORSiO. Well, now the site that originally brought the phone to our attention has received some more detailed macro shots of the handset, presumably from the same pesky insider -- at least from the company's point of view. The device has been named as the n725 and packs 802.11b Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0, along with a slightly less exciting FM Radio tuner and IR port, which is more or less in line with the other relatively uninspiring specs that we already knew about: quad-band GSM and EDGE, 2.7-inch QVGA display, 2-megapixel cam, 192MB internal flash, and a 524MHz XScale running on Windows Mobile 5.0. Unfortunately we have no idea about the phone's availability or the price, so for now you'll have to settle for the cheap, temporary satisfaction that staring at the new shots will give you.