Image Gallery: First impressions of the Pharos Traveler 137

Image Gallery: First impressions of the Pharos Traveler 137

Summary: Pharos has been making Windows Mobile/Pocket PC devices with a GPS navigation focus for years. They have been rolling out higher end, more modern devices lately and with the Traveler 137 we see the very first Windows Mobile device that supports T-Mobile USA's 1700 MHz 3G wireless data service. The device has a large 3.5 inch, 800x480 pixels resolution display, FM radio, and more.


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  • The send button takes up most of the bottom left with the Start menu key raised above the send button.

  • There is a VGA forward facing camera on the upper left, but I am not sure if it is functional in the US. The headset speaker is also centered on the front above the display.

  • There are volume controls on the upper left side below the stylus silo.

Topics: Operating Systems, Hardware, Microsoft, Mobility, Software, Wi-Fi, Windows

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  • Front facing camera

    I have heard rumors that ATT is going to support this phone (via some marriage with FDI). Does anyone know if that is true? FDI is telling everyone the video phone WILL work both ways - I am not about to invest one $1 unless I know it will work.
  • RE: Above the display (Image Gallery: First impressions of the Pharos Traveler 137)

    I know the front facing camera will work on Buzzirk Mobile for free 6-way video conferencing.
    See for yourself at: