Verizon Wireless announced today the availability of the XV6600 handset through the Verizon Wireless National Account sales team.
With Wireless Sync and Windows MobileTM software, Verizon Wireless' newest all-in-one phone/PDA from UTStarcom Personal Communications (formerly Audiovox Communications Corp.), keeps business professionals connected while they're on-the-go and out of the office. The XV6600 is supported by BroadbandAccess, the nation's fastest wide-area high-speed data network, so customers can receive and view large email attachments right from the handset. With the XV6600 and BroadbandAccess service that offers typical download speeds of 300-500 Kbps, businesses can increase employee productivity and speed up response time to customers, colleagues and business partners.
The Pocket PC-enabled XV6600 is based on Intel XScale technology and offers customers the latest in Microsoft Pocket PC features with the Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 Phone Edition. The XV6600 is equipped with 64MB ROM / 128MB RAM and supports .wav, .mp3 .bmp, .jpeg, .gif files. The XV6600 also comes with the following features:
- Digital Only: 800MHz/1900MHz
VZEmail with Wireless Sync-MSM5500 Chipset
- 3.5" QVGA 65K Color Transflective LCD
- Bluetooth Capable
- Integrated QWERTY Keyboard
- SDIO Expansion Slot for additional memory and peripheral devices
Customers looking for the latest in technology will appreciate the XV6600's Bluetooth capabilities that allow customers to: exchange information, such as files, calendar items, tasks, contacts and business cards; synchronize with a PC via ActiveSync connection. Where available, the XV6600 runs on BroadbandAccess from Verizon Wireless.
Powered by an Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) third generation (3G) wide-area network, BroadbandAccess offers the fastest commercially available wide-area, fully mobile wireless data experience in the nation today. BroadbandAccess is currently available in 20 major metropolitan areas and 24 airports from coast to coast and the company plans to continue to phase in BroadbandAccess to additional markets throughout 2005.
BroadbandAccess is based on CDMA technology, a digital wireless technology commercially developed by QUALCOMM. Because it is backward compatible, customers who travel outside a BroadbandAccess area with the XV6600 will seamlessly switch to Verizon Wireless' existing NationalAccess network, based on 1xRTT technology.
The XV6600 is $549.99 with a 2-year customer agreement. The XV6600 will be available through Verizon Wireless Communications Stores in January 2005.