Axiom Telecom demonstrates mobile devices

Axiom Telecom, one of the largest mobile and wireless communication product distributors and retailers in the Middle East, will use Gitex Saudi Arabia 2005 as a launch pad for popular mobile devices from i-mate, Motorola, Nokia and Sony Ericsson.

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By  the Gitex Times Staff Published  April 13, 2005

Axiom Telecom, one of the largest mobile and wireless communication product distributors and retailers in the Middle East, will use Gitex Saudi Arabia 2005 as a launch pad for popular mobile devices from i-mate, Motorola, Nokia and Sony Ericsson. Axiom Telecom, which has recently been appointed as an authorised distributor of i-mate Windows Mobile wireless devices across the region, intends to make the most of the show to deliver value to Saudi Arabian users who appreciate Arabic support in mobile devices. In particular, Axiom Telecom will be focusing on i-mate’s most recently launched devices, which include the i-mate SP3, the i-mate PDA2k, the i-mate SP3i and the i-mate JAM (pictured right). In addition to promoting i-mate’s products, the Axiom Telecom stand will feature the latest handsets from Nokia, including the Nokia 7710 — a feature-packed multimedia smartphone that has just started shipping in the Middle East & North Africa. The tri-band Nokia 7710 smartphone has a pen input and handwriting recognition. It also combines the capabilities of a smartphone and a handheld computer, which makes it suitable for a broad customer base, including business users. The Nokia 7710 has support for realtime push e-mail, an antivirus and VPN client, free user memory of up to 90Mbytes, as well as support for up to 1Gbytes MultiMediaCard (MMC), a full set of personal information management features, an on-screen keyboard and Bluetooth data capabilities.

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