This new personal digital assistant (PDA) phone is aimed at business users and consumers. Lighter and faster than its predecessor, new features include a built-in digital camera, Wi-Fi, tri-band and Bluetooth functionality. It has 128MB of memory, twice as much as the original Xda, and is based on an Intel PXA 263 processor running at 400MHz. It runs Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PC Phone Edition. The digital camera is capable of capturing video or still images at a 640 x 480 resolution. Users can email or MMS images, view colour videos with sound from the Internet, and download a wide range of video services. The O2 Xda II will be available this month through Tech Pacific and Brightpoint.