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ASUS crafting 'ultimate' P750 phone with GPS, HSDPA

updated 02:45 pm EDT, Thu July 26, 2007

ASUS P750 Leak

ASUS is prepping one of its most advanced phones yet for a fall launch, according to a source near the company's Taiwan home. Dubbed the P750, the device would adopt the familiar candybar shape of most of the company's P-series phones but would check off many of the features considered valuable even in larger handsets, ranging from a dedicated GPS chipset to a full-strength HSDPA chipset that would peak at 3.6Mbps during downloads. These wireless extras would be fast thanks to a 520MHz ARM processor, 128MB of RAM, and Windows Mobile 6, the source claims.

More extras in the design would reportedly include a 3.2-megapixel camera (up from 2 on most earlier models), a small front camera, and FM radio for when digital media runs low. ASUS is reportedly due to launch the P750 in October, though the contact did not say if the smartphone would fully support GSM phone networks or HSDPA Internet access in the US and open up the possibility of unlocked sales in the area. [via The Unwired]



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