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I-Mate ultimate 9502

I-Mate ultimate 9502

The latest version in  is the Ultimate arena is ultimate 9502, a feature-packed Windows smart phone in the midst of slide-out Qwerty keyboard, but it’s heavy specifications comes at a price i-mate’s Ultimate 9502 has similar features as the 8502 but it has a slider QWERTY keypad. Same as the Ultimate 8502, 9502 is powered by Qualcomm MSM 7200 400MHz processor, 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM. At 116x60x18mm and weighing 200g the Ultimate 9502 is a brick and a half. Its blocky contours don’t help and nor does the metallic body, so while construct quality is of the brick outhouse assortment, and it appears every bit as brawny, it’s also every bit as appealing. it has plenty to offer the beefier business user.

The frontage is tiring with buttons, but unlike most of the current crop of smart phones, there doesn’t appear to have been a great deal of R&D time spent trying to squeeze them into ergonomically accurate, space-saving configurations. These buttons are big and stocky, and designed for big, lumbering thumbs. They are well spaced, with the D-pad at the bottom flanked by call start and stop buttons, and above them, a sort of soft key rocker, plus dedicated buttons for the Windows menu .The Ultimate 9502’s screen are nippy buttons for internet and messages .It features a 2.8-inch LCD touch screen with 640×480 resolution, a 3 Megapixel camera, WiFi 802.11b/g/e/i, Bluetooth, and USB. The PDA phone comes with incorporated GPS and support HSDPA connectivity. A microSD card slot is also obtainable for extension. One strange feature with the Ultimate 9502 is the enclosure of GPS. As a music player the Ultimate 9502 is flawlessly very well, using Windows Media Player 10 as the default tunes blaster, though you can of route download others. It will play most of the main audio formats, as well as ACC+, MP3 and WMA, as well as MPEG4 and WMV for video.

The i-mate Ultimate 9502 is an tremendously well spiced package, offering virtually the whole thing you’d expect from a modern smart phone, If you can live with its weight and bulk, it’s a good, solid workhorse of a business phone.

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