“Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications today unveiled the P800, the company’s first multimedia communicator sporting tri-band GSM/GPRS and integrated Bluetooth, a 208 x 320 pixel resolution color touch-screen, and a built-in digital camera. Running Symbian OS 7.0, the P800 is the most advanced GSM-based communicator in the world to date, and bears the potential to give Nokia’s 7650 some serious competition – although the smartphones don’t really compete in the same class.” Read the rest of the report at InfoSync.
Sony-Ericsson Touts Symbian Smartphone
2002-03-06 Wireless 4 Comments
The most advanced phone in the world, and its not running Windows CE? there must be somthing wrong here…
I think its blatently clear that Microsoft does all the inovating in the industry.
When I think back on how the early PCs that I started my career with compare to this handheld-wonder I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.
in ten years time, your have the proccessing power of the server room in hand.
Thats pretty, Hmm should my next phone be Nokia 7650, or this…
or o/c a bit of string and some plastic cups…
Are there actually providers in the United States that support GPRS? I’ve yet to see one which does. Besides, it’ll take the US another 10-15 years to coerce their inhabitants to switch to a newer and superior technology (by then it’ll be outdated) — then charge consumers 3x as much for it once it’s implemented! Good old commercialism at it’s best.
America: Land of the “not-so-free.”
P.S. — I’d prefer string and plastic cups to the Internet **ANY DAY**.