nVidia has everyone clamoring over their new GoForce 5500 chipset for mobile devices, and today we’re treated to one of the first handhelds to rock the technology. The EM ONE comes powered by a PXA270 520MHz processor, runs on Windows Mobile 5, and most importantly of all, it has that “amazing GoForce 5500 chipset” under the hood. The rest of the specs are pretty much what you’d expect for a PDA-styled cell phone, including a 4.1-inch touchscreen display (800 x 480 pixels), a 1.3 megapixel camera, and high-speed data via HSDPA. It’s also got 802.11b/g WiFi and Bluetooth.
As is the fashion these days, the EM ONE also has a “slide two ways” design wherein you can access the full QWERTY keyboard if you slide downwards, or just the navi controls if you slide it out the side. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.
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