The HTC SDA is a smartphone that goes by many different names—the Dopod 586W, Cingular 2125, Qtek 8300, Orange SPV C600, i-mate SP5 and more popularly, the HTC Tornado. Packed with features similar to that of a PDA, laptop, camera, mp3 player, and a cell phone, the SDA comes as a noteworthy device for the consumer on the go. The phone comes with a 2.2-inch LCD display that makes viewing the screen during daylight a lot easier. Powered by a 195 MHz TI processor, the SDA is capable of operating different applications at a time. Not to mention, the processor has helped turn the SDA into a fast and energy efficient mobile device. Just like its predecessors, the SDA runs on Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC, which enables the device to operate smartphone applications, Java applications, and other websites. Equipped with an internal storage capacity of 64 MB, the phone may still be expanded by up to 2 GB with the help of a miniSD memory card. To capture memories, users can make use of the 1.3 MP camera equipped on the phone and still enjoy its video capture feature. With its 1150 mAh Li-Ion battery, users can enjoy up to 8 hours of continuous talk time.
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Would Not Recommend to a friend.
Posted on: July 19th, 2006 by LIANNE DELAWTER
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