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mobile reviewsEarlier this year, the Mobile and Wireless Group released the Atom V, a cool cellular phone with built-in SiRF
Star-III GPS chipset, destined to Singapore customers. It is a 3.5G HSDPA model with wireless capability, which means you could browse the Internet and download stuff at up to 3.6 Mbps speeds.
It has a slim design measuring only 14.95 mm thick and colored in midnight blue, while sporting a 2.8-inch TFT LCD display with touch-sensitivity, and 256K colors.

Running on Windows Mobile 6 Professional operating system and with the a 520-MHz processor, Atom V PDA should be able to perform fast tasks without consuming too much power, and in addition, it provides up to 3.5 hours of talk time and 150 hours of standby.
There is a built-in 2MP camera for taking pictures and filming on the go, as well as an FM radio with Radio Data System, which means that while you are listening to your favorite tunes you get also station details, track information and traffic alerts.

“We see ourselves in a unique position of having inherited the premium heritage of a global brand and the agility and flexibility of a start-up.” said Mark Billington, CEO of MWg. “As a start-up, we naturally work with like-minded and innovative partners to offer an engaging experience for our customers. Our devices are designed to complement the consumers’ lifestyle needs.”

The retail price for this Smartphone is of $998, which includes a 12-month warranty available nationwide.

Now let’s go deeper into the specification list, to see what else we might discover!
Here we have an Intel XScale PXA 270 processor, 256MB Flash ROM and 64MB RAM memory, GSM Quad-band, UMTS 2100, Bluetooth 2.0 for wireless connectivity in close proximity, and total dimension of 116 x 59 x 14.95 mm.

The processor i was telling you about features the Intel Wireless MMX technology to enable high-performance multimedia acceleration, and the Intel Quick Capture technology for flexible and powerful camera interface. Wireless Intel SpeedStep Power Manager technology is recognized as a control factor for maintaining the optimum balance between power consume and performance level.


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