O2 Xda Trion: Oxygen for Life

By: Adam Jaylin

A Windows Smartphone based on the original HTC Hermes, the latest gizmo from O2 is the O2 XDA Trion. The first thing that catches your attention in this remarkable phone is the wonderful touchscreen display that sports a 240x320 pixel resolution and unfurls an astounding 65,000 colours! The camera isn't the best though and is limited to 2 MP, but gives excellent results in almost all light conditions. Because the phone is expected to be a 3G device as well, there is a secondary camera for video calling as well.

Other than being a 3G or a 3.5 G device, the O2 XDA Trion has several connectivity features as well. The usual being GPRS, Bluetooth, Wireless LAN (WiFi) support, EDGE, Infrared and USB support. Being a quad-band GSM handset, you will never be stuck without telephonic connectivity, no matter which part of the world you would be in.

But the most amazing feature of O2 XDA Trion remains the QWERTY keyboard. It is a slide-out version which is very convenient, just like a tablet PC. Alternately, you can even use a stylus to operate the touchscreen. There handwriting recognition application is generally reduced for amusement!!

For the entertainment buffs, there is a dedicated media player that supports multiple formats. Also, the phone supports Java MIDP 2.0, so that you can download your favourite 3-D games to spend some very happy hours in the company of your phone.

Finally, for those who like to take their work along, wherever they go, XDA Trion runs on Windows Mobile 5.0, and you van view your official MS Office based documents through the pocket versions of Outlook, Internet Explorer, Word, Excel and PowerPoint!

Obviously, being loaded with so many features means that the price tag is going to be pretty stiff as well. All good things come for a price, but any price is worth it for the multi faceted that will stay your faithful companion, no matter in which mood you are!

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