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HP confirms iPaq hw6910 - again

Unannounced PDA phone crops up on support site

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HP has updated its website to include a further reference to the upcoming iPaq hw6910 smart phone, along with a pointer to another as-yet-unannounced machine, the rw6828. Searching for both products yields HP Business Support Center pages for each machine. Alas, there's no documentation on them but a generic iPaq-oriented Bluetooth white paper, but there is a tiny piccy of the hw6910 which reveals... it looks almost exactly like the current hw6500 series.

MobilityToday spotted the links first, and has pictures should HP remove them.

Last week, it emerged HP had posted a European CE-compliance document that not only mentioned the anticipated the hw6910 and hw6920, along with a variety of European SKUs, but included a whole host of other unannounced hw6900-series iPaqs.

The hw6900 family is believed to be based on a 416MHz Intel XScale PXA272 processor, up from the 312MHz version built into the hw6500s. It is expected to run Windows Mobile 5.0, and sport its predecessors' GSM/GPRS/EDGE radio, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS support. ®

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