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ASUS P565 to Hit the Stores in October

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  ASUS P565 to Hit the Stores in OctoberThe mobile industry sure changed rapidly in the last few years. Today, more and more companies move to higher-resolution displays. So, in order to keep up with the evolution toward high-res displays, ASUS came up with a device that's called simply P565. As seen in the picture, it really doesn't look like much on the outside, but when powered up, the handheld shows its true face. It packs a never seen before 800MHz Marvell processor (a first on any WM PDA phone), a memory of 256 ROM and 128MB RAM. This should make the Windows Mobile 6.1 along with ASUS's Glide touch-control software run easy and smooth.

ASUS crammed in its P565 almost all the goodies in mobile phone technology today: WiFi radio, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, HSDPA support, GPS receiver, microSD card slot, and also a 3 Megapixel camera. The 2.8 inch display with a 480X640 resolution will take care that all the functions above are looking bright, crisp and hi-res.

It seems like ASUS brings in the high-res best-device game a worthy opponent for phones like Nokia Tube and Samsung Bresson that are also rumored to be launched soon.

Only one thing might be considered as a minus in this phone. ASUS is expected to release it with a not-so-global tri-band (900/1800/1900Mhz) GSM/EDGE, just a single, lowly band of 3G support for UMTS/HSPA networks working on the 2100Mhz frequency. Then again, the lucky power users with 2100Mhz 3G networks at their disposal will sure be glad to get one.

Unfortunately, nothing sure is known about the actual release date, except the fact that it will be somewhere in October this year. Another thing that's unknown is the price for this device, but it's pretty sure that it will not come cheap. Only looking at the partial specs that we could find and presented above, it is clear that it's destined to high-end users, so if you fancy this peculiar device and think about buying one when it launches, then you should start saving some money.

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