It looks like Gigabyte is starting a whole like of smartphones with the g-Smart monicker. This new Computex-revealed g-Smart i120 runs on the now-common Windows Mobile 5.0 and has a 240x320 pixel, 2.4-inch touch screen interface, but lacks a QWERTY keyboard. The navigation pad is to the right of the number keys, but instead of a "t" shape, the buttons are located in the corners—strange for nav-buttons.
Some of its other features: 256MB internal memory, 64MB RAM, miniSD support, FM tuner, TV tuner, 2.0 megapixel camera, MP3/AAC playback and Java support. For connectivity, the i120 has 802.11g, Bluetooth, IR, and mini USB (1.2 only).
No word on availability or pricing.