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O2 has begun selling the XDA Graphite, the Asus-made Wi-Fi and 3G Windows Mobile smart phone that emerged way back in October 2006 in US Federal Communications Commission filings.

O2 XDA Graphite smart phone O2 XDA Graphite smart phone - back

Graphite packs in a tri-band GSM/GPRS radio in addition to its 3G link. Bluetooth too. It has a 65,536-colour display and a two-megapixel digital camera on the back. It has the Windows Mobile versions of Word, Excel and Outlook built in.

O2 claimed the handset has a talk time of up to four hours, rising to 150 hours in stand-by mode.

O2 XDA Graphite smart phone - base

O2 XDA Graphite smart phone - side

The XDA Graphite is available to consumers and business buyers. Prices start at nothing at all and rise to £60, depending on the monthly airtime package chosen.

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