Known for its smartphones, i-Mate has introduced the first two Windows Mobile 6 mobile phones with the new HSUPA network technology. The Ultimate 8502 and 9502 will soon join the Ultimate 6150 and 8150 and it would be available in February, 2008 in the US market.
Look like a T-Mobile Sidekick, the Ultimate 9502 supports Windows Mobile 6 Professional, with a large 2.8″ VGA resolution touch screen that slides up to reveal a QWERTY keyboard. The Ultimate 9502 has multimedia covered with a 3.0 mega pixel camera with auto-focus and video capturing capability. The device has also a front facing VGA camera for video calling. The Ultimate 9502 comes with quad-band GSM connectivity while tri-band WCDMA support along. With the support of HSDPA/HSUPA and in-built Wi-Fi connectivity, the Ultimate 9502 offers high-speed data.
The support of Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, the Ultimate 9502 allows you to use the device as portable media player. While the microSD card slot offers plenty of room for expanded memory. The Ultimate 9502 also has a built-in GPS receiver, which will help you to find the right path while traveling. Finally, the Ultimate will all come with a Web-based management console, so that users can set them up and configure them from a PC. This handset is planned to be available in Q4 2007, and pricing is not yet announced.
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