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T-Mobile SDA / SDA Music

 T-Mobile SDA / SDA Music Discontinued
14th September 2004

We've had a whole load of Windows smartphones recently, and T-Mobile have added to that with three devices, the T-Mobile SDA (left) and SDA Music (right), both variants of the HTC Typhoon smartphone, better known as the Orange SPV C500. T-Mobile have also announced the lightweight MDA Compact.

Differences between the models appear to be slight. The SDA music has some additional buttons for use with Windows Media Player and comes in a slightly larger housing with stereo MP3 output, but really that's the extent of the differences.

The other specifications are good, but exactly the same as the SPV C500, with a 176x220 pixel display and VGA resolution camera, Bluetooth, and Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition and the usual gubbins.

These are good handsets, but you're going to have to forgive us if we don't dwell on them. After all, there are so many rebadged HTC handsets around you really wonder why HTC don't just launch them under their own name. Expect to see exactly the same phones from O2, Vodafone and everyone else real soon now.

Expected late 2004/early 2005 in Europe.

Photograph: T-Mobile

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T-Mobile SDA / SDA Music at a glance

Available:

Now

Network:

Tri-band GSM

Data:

GPRS

Screen:

176x220 pixels, 65K colours

Camera:

640x480 pixels

Size:

Standard "candy bar" format
108x46x15mm / 100 grams approx

Bluetooth:

Yes

Infra-red:

Yes

Polyphonic:

Yes

Java:

Limited

Battery life:

4 hours talk / 8 days standby

OS:

Windows Mobile 2003 SE

 

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