ODD-i Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone

Posted: Sep 15 2005, 1:11am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:29pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

ODD-i Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone
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Korean ODD-i offers a smart phone with Windows Mobile 5.0. Is this a new trend? Will every little electronics boutique manufacturer in Korea now offer Windows Smartphones along side MP3 players and Portable Video Players?

PVP4U reports about the ODD-i 20GB PMP with integarted 2MP Digital Camera. Portable music players and video players can be OEMed left and right from Korean manufacturers. Windows Smartphones have not been that common yet. It was or is actually more like that everybody is OEMing their Windows Smartphones from only one company called HTC.

The ODD-i Windows Smartphone runs Windows Mobile 5.0 on a ARM 920T 400Mhz CPU. It features a 1.3MP Digital Camera, GPS, Bluetooth and irDA. That is basically all that ODD-i offers on it's site (Korean) about the ODD-i Smart Phone. There are also a couple photos on the product page. One shows that the phone has a SD Card slot. would you going to OEM this one and bring it to the market?

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