AnyDATA used the Mobile World Congress to unveil its Windows Mobile smartphones, designed for CDMA carriers. Three devices were announced and we’ll briefly talk about each one of them. Let’s start:
- First comes the ASP-505A, which will be marketed by Russia’s leading CDMA operator – Skylink. The device runs on 450Mhz CDMA EVDO Rev A technology, and among other things sports a touchscreen, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and camera. In addition to CDMA version, AnyDATA is also working on an HSDPA-based device that will operate on Windows Mobile 6.5.
- Then there’s the ASP-210C, a QWERTY keyboard-equipped smartphone, that is made to work on CDMA 1x 800 Mhz networks. Specs wise, there’s Bluetooth, FM radio and media player, while Windows Mobile 6.1 is running the show.
- Finally, AnyDATA introduced the ASP-535D that operates at 800 and 1900 Mhz frequencies on CDMA 1x EV-DO Rev. A networks. It features a sleek, stylish design, sporting such things as GPS receiver, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity support, QWERTY keyboard, and the UI based on the newly announced Windows Mobile 6.5.
Before we go, it’s important to add that in addition to smartphones, AnyDATA also provides modems, GPS tracking devices, and turnkey tracking services to mobile operators…