This WiMAX PDA allows users to make video conference calls with its front-facing camera and it can stream TV shows via T-DMB. It runs Windows Mobile 5 PPC phone edition with a touch screen. The Samsung M8100 will launch in Korea in the first half of 2007, but unfortunately there are no plans for US release.
-Standard: CDMA2000 1X EV-DO (1900MHz)Mobile WiMAX ( IEEE 802.16e ) -Operating System: Windows Mobile 5.0 PPC PE -Camera: 2 Megapixel Camera -Display: 65536 Color TFT Screen (2.8" 240x320) -Mobile TV: Terrestrial DMB -Multi-Format Music & Video Support -Bluetooth Stereo Music Profile (A2DP) -Bluetooth / USB -Digital Power Amp -MS Office View & Edit -Memory; ROM 128MB / RAM 64MB -External Memory : MMC micro -Size: 143 x 92 x 29.7 mm -Weight: 560 g
The Samsung SPH-P9000 Mobile WiMAX Device (UMPC)
This WiMAX device has voice and data in one via Mobile WiMAX technology. It runs Windows XP with and has a 1 GHz CPU, 30GB hard disk and 256MB RAM on top of WiMax, CDMA and EV-DO built-in. The folks at the Samsung booth told us if you don't want to hold the P9000 to your head when making a phone call, use the "mini-me" companion "Zoolander" handset via Bluetooth to make calls.
-Standard: Mobile WiMAX / CDMA 1x EV-DO -Camera : 1.3 Megapixel Camera -Display: 5" WVGA LCD -Performance: 1GHz (Transmeta) CPU -QWERTY Keyboard -Bluetooth (Class1) with BT Messenger -Mini USB / 24 pin Connector -Extended I/O Pack -Battery: 2980mAh / 7200mAh Battery -Memory: 30GB Embedded / External: MicroSD -Size: 143 x 92 x 29.7 mm -Weight: 560 g
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