Atom V And Zinc II
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Two smartphones worth all the attention: Atom V and Zinc II! Atom V and Zinc II are two smartphones launched by MWG (Mobile and Wireless Group) which is a relatively new company, founded after the bankruptcy of the O2 Asia, Hong Kong owned by Expansys. From the outset we must recognize that the terminals look very good, being built around the excellent platform Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional. Yes, it is the very Professional, with full support for touchscreen displays!
Atom V has an Intel PXA270 working at 520 MHz, a 64 MB RAM module and 256 ROM. Not bad so far. It provides GSM / EDGE / GPRS, and UMTS / HSDPA / 3G with speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps. It also has Bluetooth 2.0, FM radio, WiFi, GPS ( big strongpoint) and microSD slot to complete the long list of features and treats. Touchscreen display measures 2.8 inches, with a QVGA resolution (320×240). A 3.0 -megapixel camera offers above average quality thanks to the automatic focus. For a perfect control of photo shooting on the left side is the photo button, but also a jog-dial wheel like the one included in the Sony Ericsson W950.
Zinc II, features a horizontal slider with full QWERTY LED lit keyboard. Specifications are almost identical, except it has a Samsung processor to working at 500 MHz and a 2.0-megapixel camera. The Atom V has dimensions of 11.6 x 5.9 x 1.495 cm and the Zinc II measures 10.95 x 5.9 x 1.75 cm.