The 13mm thick device, which apparently packs some serious new cost-saving technology under the skin, features Windows Mobile 6 (of course), a 2 Megapixel Camera, microSD expansion, WiFi and some nice looking UI customisations.
BenQ has just lifted the curtain off the E72 smartphone at Computex 2007, and what you get is a candybar handset that runs on Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard, powered by a TI OMAP 1030 260Mhz processor and is ably aided by 128MB ROM and 64MB RAM.
This quad-band GSM handset does not come with 3G capability though, but it does feature Bluetooth 2.0 and WiFi connectivity – the very least smartphones should have these days. Other features include a 2″ QVGA TFT LCD, a 2 megapixel camera, a microSD memory card slot, and voice recording capabilities. The design looks rather bland IMHO, and it looks like a surefire fingerprint magnet. Would you get this if it was released Stateside?