HP will later this year introduce a smart phone, the company just disclosed at an event in San Jose, California. Unfortunately that's about all that the company will say about the upcoming product.
The iPAQ 6340 currently offers telephone capabilities, but still is more of a PDA than it is a mobile phone. The new model is said to make much more of a splash in the smartphone market.
As I said, HP hasn't given much details about the operating system it will use (although Windows Mobile is the most obvious candidate) or if it will create an HP/iPaq branded device or opt for some co-branded one instead.
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