3GSM World Congress in Barcelona sees the first Windows Mobile 6.0 Smartphone
Today, HP unveiled the HP iPaq 510 Voice Messenger, an ultracompact smart phone that focuses more on voice features and fills a void in the company's mobile-device lineup, falling somewhere between its workhorse Pocket PC phones and standalone PDAs. It offers advanced voice command capabilities, both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (no 3G support ), a 1.3-megapixel camera, and of course, all the new features that come along with Windows Mobile 6 Standard Edition. We had the opportunity to check out the device for a couple of days, and we're generally impressed by its features and performance, but a little lukewarm on the design.
HP has not made any carrier announcements yet, but it's a GSM phone, so it'll be either Cingula/AT&Tr or T-Mobile. Plus, the company will sell unlocked versions from its Web site sometime this spring, with prices starting at $299.