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First Ben-Q announces a tie-in with Siemens to make cellphones and now we have news of the P50 smartphone/PDA. It offers quad-band coverage and runs on Microsoft's Windows Mobile 2003 (that's a bit odd, huh?). The insides are powered by an Intel PXA272 416MHz processor and it has 64MB of SDRAM and 64MB of Flash ROM. Throw in the 2.83-inch TFT LCD and you've got a nice-lookin' and pretty powerful device. Also included is a 1.3-megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, WLAN, GPRS, Bluetooth, IrDA, USB, and SDIO and a four-hour talk time. Goes for about $650.

BenQ P50 PDA Phone Hits The Shelves [Biosmagazine]