Pocket PC Phone Edition

Pocket PC Phone Edition

A Pocket PC with telephone capability. It was the combination of Microsoft's Pocket PC and Smartphone platforms. In 2007, Pocket PC Phone Edition was renamed Windows Mobile Professional. See Windows Mobile and Pocket PC.
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3-megapixel camera sitting atop Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC Phone Edition.
uk THE upgraded XDA and its identical twin, MDA III, combine tried and tested Pocket PC Phone Edition for voice and GPRS comms with Wi-Fi for when you need to do some serious surfing.
s (NASDAQ:MSFT) popular Voice Command software for Windows Mobile 2003-based Pocket PC and Pocket PC Phone Edition is now available to consumers at retail outlets nationwide, marking the first time the company is offering stand-alone Pocket PC software on store shelves.
Combination devices, such as the T-Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition and the Samsung MPx200, cost between about $250 and $600 and require a monthly wireless service contract in addition to the cost of the voice service.
During the quarter, a number of new Palm OS, Pocket PC Phone Edition, Windows-powered Smartphone, and Symbian OS-powered converged handheld devices were introduced.
Treo 180, 180g, 270, 300 Series, the Nokia 9290 Communicator, the Palm i705 handheld, the Palm Tungsten W handheld, Siemens SX56 Pocket PC, O2 XDA Pocket PC, T -Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition HTC 9500, as well as the Motorola Talkabout T900 and/or the Motorola Timeport P935 2-way devices utilizing the CDMA/1XRTT, DataTAC, GSM/GPRS, Mobitex, and ReFLEX networks.
Treo 180, 180g, 270, 300 Series, the Nokia 9290 Communicator, the Palm Solutions Group i705, the Palm Tungsten W, Siemens SX56 Pocket PC, O2 XDA Pocket PC, T-Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition HTC 9500, as well as the Motorola Talkabout T900 and/or the Motorola Timeport P935 2-way devices utilizing the CDMA/1XRTT, DataTAC, GSM/GPRS, Mobitex, and ReFLEX networks.
has announced that its NotifyLink Family of mobile email solutions now supports the T-Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition HTC 9500 using the GSM/GPRS network in addition to its currently supported Handspring, Kyocera, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, Pocket PC, and RIM Blackberry wireless handheld devices.
If you're trying to make your office life mobile, try Handspring's Treo, Blackberry's new phone models or Pocket PC Phone Edition.
CSL was the first operator in Asia to offer Infowave's Symmetry Pro to our customers, as part of CSL's 1O1O Office solution suite based on the Pocket PC Phone Edition.