Everex vows to make life easier with cool smartphone

Everex Systems has announced the launch of a new age Microsoft enabled Smartphone SP360, which the vendor says is elegant both in design and technology.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  September 25, 2005

Everex Systems has announced the launch of a new age Microsoft enabled Smartphone SP360, which the vendor says is elegant both in design and technology. The Smartphone SP360 powered by the latest Windows OS — Mobile 2003 second edition — features applications such as MSN, Windows Media Player, Pocket Internet Explorer, Voice command and Pocket Outlook, which allows users to access and change documents through a convenient user interface. Everex has decided Gitex is the right platform for introducing what will be the “most popular” smartphone in the business and consumer market. “The current smartphone trends indicate that new technology is increasing demands for the consumer as well as business markets. Everex has been consistently serving needs of people,” says Hassan Al Ashi, managing director for Everex Systems Middle East. “Everex Smartphone SP360 is designed to appeal to all customers as it merges technology with style,” he adds. The smartphone is based on an ARM processor with 32Mbytes of onboard memory and 64Mbytes of ROM, of which 32MB is available to the user. Additionally, it is equipped with a mini SD Card slot. The battery is rated as 1000mAHr and is replaceable and rechargeable. It provides six hours talk time and up to 133 hours standby time. Bluetooth, USB, and IR support paves the way for wireless connection to other devices. The SP360 also has a 1.3 megapixel camera with 6x digital zoom, and a vivid 65K TFT colour display, which enables quick photo capture. Everex is also showing off a hybrid Pocket PC, the Everex E900.

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