O2 launches XDA Orbit

O2 are the guys, who make Windows Mobile smart phones, the company, sometime back had launched the O2 XDA Flame, which had a dedicated NVIDIA Graphics Processing Unit. The Flame was pretty much successful in the market. This time O2 guys have come up with the O2 XDA Orbit featuring the Windows Mobile 6 Operating System. O2 is Wi-Fi enabled, supports 3G and on the top of that it has built-in GPS, which works smoothly with the Co-Pilot Software.o2_xda_orbit_2_cell.jpg The phone also boasts of Microsoft Mobile Office applications like, Word Mobile, Excel Mobile and PowerPoint Mobile. The phone has been launched in UK and will be soon available with O2, O2 is also a mobile Service provider if I am not mistaken.
O2 orbit has features like 2.8 inch touch screen, microSD card support up to 32GB, supports MP3 and WMA, 3 mega pixel camera, FM radior and internal antenna.
O2 phone are pretty popular in India, especially with the corporate guys, the only fault I found using an O2 phone was that the OS hangs perennially and they are very costly for a common man’s pocket and surprisingly their prices seldom come down. Anyways, why am I cribbing, I am not going come in the way of O2’s Orbit, my most wished phone till date remains to be Nokia N95 8GB.

Author: Team FoneArena

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