T-Mobile Sidekick II Aka HipTop 2 Officially Announced

Posted: Aug 5 2004, 3:07am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:46pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

T-Mobile Sidekick II aka HipTop 2 officially announced
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Danger's new HipTop was first announced at the 3GSM show this spring. Now T-Mobile and Danger officially announced the new Sidekick 2.

The new Sidekick will start selling this fall in the USA. The new model is 25% smaller than the first sidekick. It measures 130 x 66 x 22mm and weighs 184g. The TFT screen features 240x160px with 65,000 colors. The new danger keyboard has a 5 row QWERTY keyboard with dedicated 12 key dial area.
The built-in Camera supports 640x480px. The phone has 32 MB RAM and 16MB Flash memory. The Sidekick II is a tri-band mobile phone.
More details in T-Mobile Press-Release and on Danger HipTop 2 product page. See also the story about Sharp manufacturing the new Hiptop.

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