New Asus P565 Windows Smartphone Has Fastest CPU

Posted: Nov 17 2008, 4:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:43am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Asus announced yet another smartphone but we are not sure where and when it will be released. In September Asus announced the Asus P552w Glide with touch-screen.
Asus calls the P565 the fastest Business PDA Phone in the World. The P565 is running on Marvell TavorP 800MHz CPU at 800Mhz and Windows Mobile 6.1
Other features of the touch-screen phone include a 2.8 inch screen with VGA resolution, HSDPA, Wifi, 3MP camera, microSD card slot, and 3hrs with 3G and 4 hrs with 2G battery life.The new Asus P565 also runs Asus own Glide touch-screen user interface. Glide is a touch-responsive user interface that enables users to perform a variety of navigational actions—such as selecting, zooming, scrolling and flipping—easily through simple flicks of their fingers. Incorporated into Glide are also applications that enable users to access a wide range of functions such as looking up the latest news, checking the weather forecast, viewing photo slideshows and listening to music within a few finger taps.
Via this Asus announcement.

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