Image Gallery: A look at the MWg Zinc II Windows Mobile device

Image Gallery: A look at the MWg Zinc II Windows Mobile device

Summary: MWg is a new player in the mobile market, but they have years of experience as they were previously known as O2 Asia. Expansys purchased O2 Asia and is launching a new brand of Windows Mobile device. The Zinc II runs WM 6.1 Professional, has quad-band GSM, and tri-band HSDPA/UMTS, but it is priced around US$750 so that may price it out of contention with some other new devices.

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  • The two small boxes are clearly labeled with white fonts detailing the contents inside.

  • The smaller of the two boxes contains the battery, stylus, stereo headset, and mini USB cable. I like the use of mini USB for syncing and charging, but dislike the usage for the headset.

  • The MWg Zinc II comes with a rather large 1530 mAh Lithium Ion Polymer battery for hours of usage.

Topics: Mobility, Hardware, Operating Systems, Smartphones, Software, Windows

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