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First Smartphone from Arima

ASP805 is Arima’s first smart phone, a fruit of leveraging the nice experiences on system integration and utilizing mobile devices manufacturing capabilities. With a stylish appearance, ASP805 is an advanced and pen-based smart phone. It is positioned to deliver the ultimate mobile communication and multimedia experiences, and runs on the latest version of the open operating system, Symbian OS and incorporates the recently announced UIQ pen-based user interface.

The smart phone has a series of amazing features enabling users to take digital pictures, view them on a 320×208 pixel color screen, store them in the photo album and send them as an e-mail to a PC or as an MMS-message to another. Furthermore, ASP805 can be used in more than 150 countries worldwide as it runs on GSM 900/1800/1900.

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