The World's Smallest Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Features WiFi - Axia A308

Posted: Feb 28 2006, 8:34am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:15pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

The World's Smallest Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Features WiFi - Axia A308
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Somehow today mobile phone companies decided to announce new phones. I thought today will be just about what Apple is going to announce.

Fifth Media announced today the AXIA A308 PDA Phone. The Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphone is making its debut at the CeBit 2006 next week.
The quad-band smartphone (GSM, GPRS and EDGE) also features Wifi connectivity.

So now how big is the World's smallest Windows Mobile 5.0 phone? It measures 20.8x48.8x113.3mm and weighs 128g. This is really small for a Windows Mobile smartphone. Other features of the Axia A308 include 1.3MP camera, miniSD slot, 2.2 inch QVGA screen, Intel PXA272 CPU 416 MHz and Flash 128MB and 64MB RAM.
More details on the Axia site.

We reported about the first Axia a108 smartphone back in 2004.

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