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POZ X301 CDMA2000 Multi-PDA Phone with Slider Keypad

The POZ X301 from Korean manufacturer Cyberbank is just too good not to export overseas. The CDMA2000 1X-EVDO/1X RTT Pocket PC Phone has all the features and memory one could ask for. Starting with 64MB RAM, you can add another 128MB via the miniSD expansion slot and capture photos with the CMOS VGA camera, or do anything else a 400MHz XScale Pocket PC can do.

The smartphone measures 63.5 x 116 x 25 mm and hides the slide-out keypad very well when closed. The integrated Wi-Fi and Windows Media Player can turn this into a mini entertainment device, watch movies, play games or work at those excel and word files on the 3.0-inch QVGA (320 x 240) TFT LCD.

Becoming available in Q4 2004 to Korea, the POZ X301 has no definite plans in actually coming to North America, but if the demand is here it may very well be possible.

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