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O2 Xda IQ

Microsoft’s Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone operating system has lost a little momentum as SIM-equipped devices running Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC become more varied in form factor, and thus suitable for a wider range of markets. Competition from devices such as Orange's recent SPV M600, which feels like a smartphone in the hand but offers Pocket PC functionality, is a case in point. Nonetheless, the smartphone version of Windows Mobile 5.0 remains popular enough for O2 to launch one with integrated Wi-Fi -- the Xda IQ.
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Topic: Mobility
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