BenQ P50 PDA finally here

26 Jan 2006 | BenQ , Security | 1 comment


BenQ has finally decided to release their PDA phone, the BenQ P50. This handset was (or still is) actually considered the ultimate PDA phone for business people. Well, I'm not sure about that. The P50 will contain a 1.3 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, so I don't know how many businessmen will be using a camera phone. As you know some corporate security policies prohibit employees from using handsets with cameras.

Features of this quad band (850/900/1800/1900MHz) phone include a QVGA (240x320 pixels) LCD touchscreen, an Intel PXA272 416MHz processor and packs-in 64MB of SDRAM and 64MB of Flash ROM, WLAN, GPRS, Bluetooth, IrDA, USB, and SDIO.

The BenQ P50 will also be featuring Microsoft's Windows Mobile 2003. You can ge the P50 for £365 (~$650).

benq pda p50 business camera phone

Via Gizmodo

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by shaun on Jan 27, 2006

good point on the corporate security policies ... BenQ is way behind and Windows Mobile 2003 is getting old. They should have waited a while before releasing it.