*PAY AS YOU GO* T-Mobile - HP iPAQ Voice Messenger Windows Smartphone - £59.99 Including Top Up @ Expansys
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*PAY AS YOU GO* T-Mobile - HP iPAQ Voice Messenger Windows Smartphone - £59.99 Including Top Up @ Expansys

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Found 28th Feb 2011
Seems a cheap price for a PAYG phone with loads of features. Some good, some bad reviews but its only £59.99. Comes with 2 year warranty.

Description: HP iPAQ Voice Messenger Windows Smartphone
Perfect for life on the go, the HP Voice Messenger everything you need to stay in touch and work on the go. Now with £10 of included T-Mobile credit, everything you need to get started. See what the day holds with the enhanced "Today" screen that brings all your appointments, calls, emails & texts together. Stay in touch with the office with full access to your emails, calender and contacts, whilst with the compact QWERTY keyboard you can type messages quickly and easily.

Features:

Operating System Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard Edition
Processor Qualcomm 7201A 528MHz
Memory 256MB Flash ROM; 128MB RAM
Data UMTS Tri-band, GSM Quad-band, HSDPA 3.6 Mbps
Wireless Connectivity Bluetooth v2.0, 802.11b/g WLAN
Display 2.4" TFT QVGA
Camera 3.1MP
GPS Yes
Dimensions 114 x 50 x 13.6mm (H x W x D)


Small and simple:
First and foremost, you want it to be a phone. You'll appreciate how easy it is to quickly dial a number on the 20-key keypad. Text messaging is easy, too, with intelligent predictive text that learns your words and style from messages and emails. You can instant message from your phone with your network of friends and colleagues with integrated Windows Live Messenger. And when you need to quickly silence your phone, simply push the convenient ringer/sound switch on top of the device. Familiar Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard Edition means you can skip the "new phone" learning curve.

Smart and practical:
You also want more sophisticated features. Get to your email and the Internet in many countries around the world with advanced wireless technology (Tri-Band 3G, HSPA, and Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE). Where WiFi is available, you can connect to the Internet and email1 without using your data plan minutes.

While on the road, find your way with integrated GPS and Google Maps. Synchronize your extensive contacts, appointments, and tasks from your PC with Microsoft Office Outlook Mobile. Access your important Microsoft Office Mobile files and your favorite photos and music with up to 8GB of convenient micro SD storage (sold separately). Capture and share pictures with the 3.1MP auto focus camera with 5X digital zoom – even upload your photos to Snapfish directly from your iPAQ Voice Messenger. Who knew such a small phone could do so much!

In the box:

•HP iPAQ Voice Messenger
•Standard 1260mAh rechargeable battery
•Micro-USB sync cable
•AC charger
•T-Mobile SIM Card (inc £10 credit)
•2.5mm wired stereo headset
•HP iPAQ "Getting Started" CD and documentation
Release Date: Friday 27th February 2009
Shipping Weight: 0.65kg
Technical Details: HP iPAQ Voice Messenger Windows Smartphone
■Wireless
- Tri-band UMTS: 900/1900/2100MHz
- Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900MHz
- HSPA: 3.6/7.2 Mbps
- WiFi: 802.11 b/g with WPA2 security
- Bluetooth® v2.0 with EDR
- Integrated GPS
■Operating system:
- Windows® Mobile 6.1 Standard Edition
- Microsoft® Office Mobile® includes: Microsoft Office Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint® Also includes Microsoft Outlook® Mobile, Internet Explorer® Mobile
■Processor: Qualcomm 7201A 528MHz
■Display:
- 2.4-inch (60.96 -mm) diagonal QVGA
- 64K colour
- 240x320 TFT transmissive LCD
■Memory:
- 256 MB Flash ROM
- 128 MB SDRAM (user available storage capacity varies)
■Dimensions: 114 x 50 x 13.6mm (H x W x D)
■Weight (with battery): 107g
■Power: 1260 mAh Lithium-polymer rechargeable, user changeable battery
■Interfaces:
- Micro-USB connector for charge/sync, 2.5mm headset jack
- MicroSD card slot supports up to 8GB (card sold separately)
■Integrated Audio:
- Microphone
- Receiver
- Speaker
- Wired stereo headset
■Camera:
- 3.1 Megapixel
- Autofocus
- 5X digital zoom
- LED flash
■Hardware buttons:
- 20-key keyboard with alphanumeric layout
- 5-way optical navigation - Send key
- End key
- Volume control
- Camera button
- Voice Commander
- Key guard
- 2 soft keys
■Value-added applications:
- Intelligent predictive text input
- Google Maps
- Google Search
- ArcSoft MMS Composer
- ArcSoft Streaming Media Player
- Sun JVM
- HP Snapfish Upload
- Cyberon Voice Commander
- Westtek Jetcet PDF
- Westtek Jetcet Print
- MobiMate WorldMate (on CD)
- Power Save Mode
- Light Sensor
- Asset Viewer
- Data Connect
- Band Control
- SIM Manager
- Keyboard Backlight
- Key Guard
■HP warranty and services:
- Warranty: two years parts and labor in EMEA, one-year parts and labour in most other regions
- 90 days technical support for software HP Care Pack

8 Comments

I have one of these and I woundn't recommend it

horton_graham

I have one of these and I woundn't recommend it



Thanks for your input. Was very tempted to order one; particularly because of it's Exchange mail support. Impossible to get a phone with MS Exchange, wifi, GPS and 3G for £50!

Some reviews complained about battery, text message issues and dpad. Are these the reasons you wouldn't recommend it?

All windows are just BAD and this has Windows 6.1 ...No Thanks!!

I've got one of these phones and I like it but let's be honest Windows as a phone operating system is a bit awkward and really best for a business phone not an everyday recreational phone especially when the phone doesn't have a touch screen. The phone looks and feels well made . I bought from Expansys and it was unlocked. It's even got a 2 year warranty and £10 credit, what more do you want?

I guess we can get better one for just a little more.

Urgh, save a bit more and get an Orange San Francisco!

+1

My last phone was a Windows Mobile 6.1 very similar to this. It really is stone age technology compared to the Orange San Francisco with a custom ROM. You'll spend ages fiddling about with your little stylus going through a never-ending series of menus. Even if it was 20 quid I would go for an Android.
Edited by: "dwl99" 1st Mar 2011

of course, not a serious phone
but I voted for it because its a genuine collectors item
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