3GSM Barcelona 2007 Live Coverage: Gigabyte

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Gigabyte don't have such a strong influence on the European market and truth be trecent they only have a handful of handsets targeted at that market. Nevertheless their propositions have always been full of extras and technological innovations.

The Gigabyte g-Smart t600 comes with DVB-H/DVB-T support and a Video Graphics Array (VGA) classy screen plus Wi-Fi. The DVB-H reception wasn't that quick in tuning in to a station but that may be due to the position of the stand in the 3Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) 2007 hall 2. Other than that it looks rather promising. The stylus of the t600 is telescopic, becautilize it also serves as an antenna for the DVB signal reception. The Gigabyte t600 is powered by Windows Mobile 6.0 Pro and a 520Mega Hertz (MHz) Intel XScale processor.

Gigabyte g-Smart t600

Powered by Windows Mobile 6.0 Pro, the Gigabyte g-Smart q60 has a messenger form factor and it comes full of connectivity options such as HSDPA, GPS, Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) and a DAB TV receiver. The device is powered by the same 520Mega Hertz (MHz) Intel XScale processor as the t600. It has a rather uncomfortable keypad since some of the keys had no feedback when pressed at all and it's not the greatest one if you have large fingers either. The q60 also comes with a 2 megapixel capturing camera with autofocus. Unfortunately, we couldn't hold the device for a spin as the test unit lacked a battery. Once again Gigabyte announces a goodie-bag mobile handset full of candies.

Gigabyte g-Smart q60

The Gigabyte g-Smart i300 comes with the same 520Mega Hertz (MHz) Intel XScale processor as the previous two. It features Wi-Fi, GPS, Frequency Modulation (FM) radio, a 2.1 megapixel capturing camera and a 2.4" 262K colors TFT touchclassy screen display with a QVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution. The device runs under Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC.

Gigabyte g-Smart i300



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