Orange Spv M5000: Smart Business Phone

By: Bradley Ben

Continuing its success trends as a leading network service provider, Orange has come up with new Smartphones for corporate mobile users. In its Smartphones category, Orange has launched a new business device, the Orange SPV M5000. Built on Windows Microsoft 5.0 platform - its a complete business phone. In addition, the Smartphone is packed with latest technologies such as 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, expandable memory and lots more.

Measuring 128 x 81 x 25 mm, the device weighs 285g - its quite heavy but as compared to its high-end functionality, its quite considerable. The clamshell designed device comes with 65k colour display with 640 x 480 pixels - providing crystal clear display. And with 180 degree rotating swivel screen - you can turn the screen in any direction.

Empowered by a high speed 520 Mhz processor, the Orange SPV M5000 offers different connectivity options such as tri band GSM, WCDMA, 3G, GPRS and more. Connect the phone with other compatible devices through infra red or USB and share data in no time. Supported with SDIO capable SD/MMC card expansion slot - download and save more.

In addition to business features, the device also comes with a host of functions such as 3G video calls - this feature allows you to call and view the person you are talking to. Boasting a 1.3 mega-pixel camera, you can capture pictures on the move. Share those incredible moments with friends and family.

With 3G technology, new age mobile phones offer more than what anyone can expect. 3G rich devices offer high speed data transfer capability and broadband speed mobile internet. Now, with new age mobile phones, you can transfer heavy multimedia documents in no time. Also with high speed mobile internet, its easy to attach and send and receive emails in different formats including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.

Orange SPV M5000 helps in managing both business as well as personal mobile world with equal enthusiasm.

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