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i-mate Jama 101 Launched in India, via Airtel

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 i-mate Jama 101 Launched in India, via AirtelIndia's largest mobile carrier, Bharti Airtel, has recently announced the release of a new Windows Mobile Pocket PC: i-mate Jama 101. Not quite a great looker, i-mate Jama 101 runs on Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional, and is targeted at business users.

The features of i-Mate Jama 101 include a 2.4-inch TFT touchscreen display with 240 x 320 pixels, tri-band GSM connectivity (900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz), Outlook email, HTML browser, document viewer and editor, Bluetooth, a 2 Megapixel camera and expandable memory. The Pocket PC measures 105 x 52.5 x 15.5 millimeters, weighs 103 grams, and packs a Li-Po 1020 mAh battery said to last up to 4 hours in talk-time mode or up to 150 hours in stand-by mode.

“As the market leader, Airtel is committed to bringing pioneering solutions that deliver greater value and enhance the communication experience of its customers,” declared Chief Marketing Officer of Mobile Services for Bharti Airtel, Sanjay Gupta. “The Jama 101, powered by the Airtel's state-of-the-art EDGE wireless network, will leverage i-mate's unique combination of style and powerful functionalities to redefine the way mobile users stay in touch at times of work or leisure.”

Chief Executive Officer of i-mate Jim Morrison added, “i-mate is synonymous with delivering stylish and powerful Windows Mobile devices for all types of customers and we are delighted to partner with Bharti Airtel for the launch of Jama 101. Jama 101 is designed for those wanting an affordable and powerful smartphone for email, web browsing multimedia, as well as business needs.”

Jama 101 should be available across India as of now, for a retail price of 12,900 INR (285 USD, or 200 Euros). While this is not much to pay for a Pocket PC, keep in mind that this one doesn't have the latest Windows Mobile 6.1, and its overall design can't really compete with the likes of HTC Touch Diamond, Samsung Omnia or Palm Treo Pro (to name just a few of the latest Windows Mobile handsets).

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At April 7, 2009 at 11:30 AM, Anonymous Depika said...

I want to buy this one. What is this price in delhi?

 

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