- 24 September, 2003 13:53
Mobile and video phone, still camera, personal digital assistant (PDA), email access and MP3 player functionality are all included on this handset, the latest and most advanced designed for the Hutchison 3 network. Functions include a built in calendar and address book that can be synchronised with Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Organiser and Lotus Notes; stylus navigation and a virtual onscreen keyboard. Tapping the screen flips the A920 to a widescreen landscape image for enhanced viewing of video services like news and sports. Users porting their existing numbers to 3 are being offered a $400 credit once they have been on the network for six months. The A920 runs on the Symbian v7.0 operating system, while a 256MB memory expansion card is optional. Distributors have not yet been announced.