Thursday, January 08, 2009

Two new UMA phones

This week saw the introduction of two new UMA enabled devices.

Today Nokia released the new 7510 device at CES. A quad-band phone with a solid 2 mp camera and SMTP/POP3 mail, this is more than an ‘entry level’ device. Targeted for T-Mobile US, it looks like it could become popular worldwide.

This week Orange started selling “Chicago” a private label device rumored to be developed by Taiwan OEM powerhouse Foxconn. The device is fairly basic, filling in the entry level segment of Orange’s Unik service offer.

Not a bad week for UMA handsets.

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