U.S. Sprint Phones Now Made In ChinaApril 25, 2004 | Print | Comments | Category: Business
Daxian Telecom announced that it will soon sell a new cellular Pocket PC for use in the U.S. by Sprint later this year. The CU928 uses a traditional tablet design, and sports a QWERTY keyboard and QVGA screen.
Keeping in line with Sprint's U.S. requirements, the phone will be a CDMA device and offer both voice and high-speed data. It also supports CDMA2000, which gives users data transfers of up to 2 Mbps.
In China, the company is planning to emphasize the CU928's ability to do video conferencing and video streaming over its wireless connection. However full use of the phone for China's own CDMA network is slow to develop as GSM still has a larger market share.
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