iPAQ H6320 and H6325

June 8th, 2005

Cingular Wireless rolled our their high-end smartphone, based on HP’s iPAQ h6300 series PocketPC phone.

h6320/6325 iPAQ smart phone According to HP’s website, the device is the first and smallest handheld with integrated 3-way wireless capabilities (quad-band GSM/GPRS, WLAN, and Bluetooth® wireless technology) to give you high-speed wireless voice and data connectivity. The removable, snap-on thumb keyboard lets you easily compose emails, notes, and MMS/SMS messages. An industry standard SD slot gives you options for more expansion and information storage.

The device runs on Texas Instruments OMAP 1510 (max 192MHz), which may not be fast as some of those Intel XScale chips. But for a smartphone, it may be sufficient and you probably can get more talk time out of it. Standar device has 64 MB SDRAM, 64 MB Flash ROM Memory (55 MB user accessible), which seems on the low end. And again, this is a phone and it is not expected to run a lot of serious enterprise mobile applications concurrently. To get more RAM, you will have to go with iPAQ PDA.

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