"Sony Ericsson seems willing to rely on Mobinnova for the production of its second-based smartphone operating system Microsoft Windows Mobile"
There is great interest in respect of Sony Ericsson
, which this year has seen several revolutions in his small business has left UIQ
, entered the Open Handset Alliance
and has marketed its first terminal-based operating system Microsoft Windows Mobile
. The rumors current focus precisely on the second terminal, which will use the platform of the house in Redmond, after the XPERIA X1.
The latter is manufactured by HTC
, but it seems that for her second Sony Ericsson phone WinMe should focus on a different producer, Mobinnova, this Taiwanese company is one of the producers under the hat of Foxconn. Also according to reports Unwired View
the terminal is not expected before the end of 2009.
, a new terminal based on Windows Mobile these days, and many believe could be the basis for the development of the next Sony Ericsson phone. This is a phone with touch-screen interface with the operating system Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 professional, hardware-based platform MSM7201ATM a 528MHz Qualcomm
. Here are the complete specifications, as reported by SlashPhone:
- Dimensions: 114 x 53.5 x 13mm
- Weight: 120g with battery
- Networks: GSM850/900/1800/1900MHz & WCDMA / HSPA 900/1900/2100MHz HSDPA 7.2Mbps & 2 Mbps HSUPA
- Display: 3 "WQVGA TFT-LCD flat touch-sensitive screen
- User Interface: mobiToday, mobiFeel and controls mobiShift
- Camera: 3 megapixel autofocus camera with dedicated shutter control. 2nd camera for video calling
- Memory: 256MB ROM / 128MB RAM. microSD expansion slot with support SDCH
- Wireless: WiFi 802.11 b / g
- Radio: Built in FM Radio with RDS / RBDS function
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR / A2DP for use with Bluetooth stereo headsets plus mini USB 2.0 TV-Out CVBS + L / R audio
- Navigation: Built in GPS / AGPS
- Chipset: Qualcomm MSM7201ATM (528MHz)
- Operating System: Microsoft Windows Mobile ? 6.1 professional
- Battery: 1080mAh rechargeable Lithium-polymer battery (Talk: Up to 6 hours, Standby: Up to 160 hours).