Hot on the heels of Grundig's Linux cellphone comes something a little more sophisticated from the German electronics firm. Slim - just 10 mm thick - and silvery on the outside, the triband GSM phone has a Linux-based platform and also supports EDGE and Bluetooth. But the real wa-wo-wee-wa is that it's a PDA with a radio. No prices or availabillity as yet, but find out what else it's got after the jump.

QWERTY keyboard
USB support.
POP3 Email Push client.
100MB user memory
Micros SD card slot
2.0 megapixel camera with flash and 4x digital zoom.
Video recording.
2.45-inch display, with 240 x 320 pixel resolution supporting 262k colors.
Lithium Ion battery gives 250 minutes talk and 150 hours standby.


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