"Krma" from izenMobile blurs Pocket PC / Smartphone lines

Chris Ziegler
C. Ziegler|10.02.06

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"Krma" from izenMobile blurs Pocket PC / Smartphone lines
San Diego-based izenMobile (no, we haven't heard of them either) looks to take a page from the ASUS P525's book, combining a numeric keypad with Windows Mobile's Pocket PC Phone Edition platform to create the "Krma," a distinctly Motorola-esque name, if we do say so ourselves. We don't have much to go on other than the crappy press shot (above) and a somewhat vague press release, which falls short on detailing the Krma's specs but promises that the handset is the first of several (as many as seven) to be released over the coming year. izenMobile says they'll be initially targeting businesses in North and South America with their devices, but if the spec sheet fills the bill and actual Krma is as hot as the picture seems to indicate, we anticipate a few individuals trying to get in on the action.
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