BenQ launches P30 Symbian Smartphone

Posted on Friday, Oct 29 2004 @ 19:53 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
BenQ today unveiled a new Symbian-based smartphone, the P30, with a 2.66" Large TFT touch screen with 262K colors . The phone also has an integrated VGA digital camera capable of taking pictures up to 640x480 and it also features 3x zoom.

Next year the company will release P31 and P50 smartphones. The P50 will be a Windows-based smartphone with an integrated 1.3-megapixel camera.

BenQ expects to sell 15 million handsets worldwide next year.

BenQ P30: Specifications

Item

Descriptions

Network

Tri-band (GSM 900/1800/1900), GPRS (class 10)

OS

Symbian 7.0, UIQ 2.1 user interface

Display

2.66-inch 262,144-color TFT (280x320)

Built-in camera

VGA CMOS (3x)

Built-in memory

5MB

Video format

MPEG4, 3GP

Wireless transmission

Infrared, Bluetooth 1.1, WAP 2.0

Expansion slot

SD/MMC

Battery

1050mAh lithium ion (LiON)

Dimensions

118×52×17mm

Weight

150g

Talk time

4.8 hours maximum

SBT (stand-by-time)

130 hours maximum


Source: DigiTimes


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