Published on April 20th,2007 at 7:47 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

A closer look at the 777, a Chinese PDA Phone

Taiwan based website “Phone Daily” proposes today a review (in Chinese) of the “777″.
I will call it PDA Phone 777 simply because I have a hard time finding what brand it is !! From the article we know that it actually looks a lot like the Samsung i718. With only 112g and 17 mm of thickness the 777 comes with a touch screen and 1.3Mpx digital Camera, it supports MPEG-4 and MP3.
The intrigiung thing comes from the Windows XP “look & feel”, even though it uses a Windows Mobile OS, the 777 features the exact same themes as XP from the boot screen to the various photos.




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