Imate Jama - Dressed to Impress

By: Samuel Herrick

In the "...global fast growing smartphone markets", comes yet another Windows mobile phone called the iMate Jama. The handset is an entry level, basic handset, and comes powered with the capacity of Window Mobile 5.0 PDA phone. Which mean the phone is just apt for anyone who is looking out for basic Windows Mobile phone to stay connected and organized.

The iMate Jama comes dressed smartly in complimentary colour. There is a subtle magnetism about it, as if iMate Jama has been wrapped with the secret of corporate 'power dressing'. Unlike our usual encounters with heavy smartphones, this handset is light and compact - making the device extremely portable.

The front fascia of the mobile is dominated by a large 2.4 QVGA touchscreen. Since the phone lacks QWERTY keypad, the touchscreen display is used for the input. The screen is of good resolution, and poses no difficulty when reading texts, messages etc. There are also short cut buttons under the screen for instant access to applications.

The iMate Jama is a dual-band (900/1800MHz) GSM/GPRS handset. Which means the handset offers seamless connection, no matter which part of the world you are in. This will prove extremely beneficial feature for people who are always on a go. Besides, for wireless connectivity, the iMate Jama comes with Bluetooth v1.2 connectivity running a 300 MHz Samsung processor. Another 'smart' feature of the phone is that the iMate Jama memory receives 128 MB ROM, 64 MB ROM, and removable microSD memory. This suffices the requirement of all those storage of files, data etc.

Other notable features of iMate Jama are - a 2.0 MP of camera, and the usual i-mate applications like the i-mate Profile Controller and i-mate Media Control Panel. There also comes a complete set of Windows Mobile 5.0 applications. An impressive mobile indeed, the iMate Jama is a treat for anyone who wants power in the most affordable package.

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