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Friday, 29 June 2007 16:05

Mitac has a new phone

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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DCC 2007: Mio 501

 

We had a chance to see the announcement of a new Mitac phone called Mio A501 that very much looks like Nokia N95.

It is a PDA GPS phone with obviously with Navigation on it and it should start selling any day now.

On the other hand Mio announced DigiWalker C720 new PDA navigation device that also features a 2 MegaPixel camera.

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