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ASUS P320 mini GPS PDA Phone Review

Looking for something mini yet with maximum functionality for a mobile phone? Join us today as we take a look at ASUS P320 mini GPS PDA phone.

Ladies, looking for a slim and sexy phone to go along with your Miu Miu and fits nicely into your Coach? Gentlemen, looking for a GPS-enabled phone to guide you on your weekend sneak-away?

Well look no further!!

ASUS has recently introduced their P320 Mini GPS PDA Phone that not only fits nicely into your beloved Coach wristlet, is also packed with GPS navigation, EDGE/GPRS and WiFi connections. Running on the reliable Ti OMAP 850 CPU and operating on Microsoft’s latest Windows Mobile 6.1, the P320 is set to conquer the mid-range market.

Boy don’t you just love those curves 🙂


P320 Package


Specifications at the back of the package



Networks EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz ClassB, Multi-slot Class10
Operating System Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1Professional
Dimensions 99 x 54.5 x 13.35 mm
Weight 105g (with battery)
Standby Time

200 hours (vary with different networking environment and scenario)

Talk Time 4 hours (vary with different networking environment and scenario)
Display 2.6 inch TFT, Touch Screen 65K color, 240 x 320 pixels
Processor TI OMAPTM 850 @ 200 MHz
Memory 128MB FlashROM + 64MB DDR RAM
Expansion Slot MicroSD
Connectivity WLAN 802.11b+g, USB v1.1, and Bluetooth V2.0+EDR
WAP Browser HTTP and WAP 2.0
Messaging SMS, MMS 1.2 and Push E-mail
Battery 1100mAh Li-Ion
GPS SiRF StarIII with internal antenna



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