'xpPhone' Multi-touch Windows XP smartphone

xpPhone – a 4.8-inch touchscreen slider has netbook-like specs, and sort of "AMD Super Mobile CPU", and runs a full-blown copy of Windows XP. The main phone screen has call-centric icons, plus shortcuts to regular Windows apps that can be categorized into icon-based tabs on left. Interface can also switch between landscape and portrait views, […]

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xpPhone – a 4.8-inch touchscreen slider has netbook-like specs, and sort of "AMD Super Mobile CPU", and runs a full-blown copy of Windows XP. The main phone screen has call-centric icons, plus shortcuts to regular Windows apps that can be categorized into icon-based tabs on left. Interface can also switch between landscape and portrait views, and there's a unified look to it all. The xpPhone's maker—China's In Technology Group aka ITG—also says it’ll support direct access to Outlook address book for contact management.

    

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