Company: ASUS Is this yours? Price: $300 Posted By: Puski via http://www.asusphones.net/asus-p550/
Following the latest trends of fashion and fancy designer delights, the vast majority of mobile devices are becoming smaller and smaller, this decreases the size of the display, removed “extra” keys, and so on. Not become an exception and intelligent machines with OSes in Windows Mobile. Smartphone was close in size to ordinary cellphones. It would seem that everyone should be happy, but no, there are still people of the old school, accustomed to large displays, which sadly gazes at the display cluttered with devices with a diagonal screen 2.8 inches and smaller. But when it all started with a classic PDA-shnyh 3.5 inches …
But now large monsters like the Qtek 9090, 2020, 2020i, very popular on the secondary market. The only thing that perhaps they do not have – a built-in GPS-navigation and a VGA display. However, new products with these characteristics, and large (3.5 “display) is not advertised for a long time. However, there is one exception – a hero of our today’s review of the ASUS P550 smartphone with a screen 3.5 inches. This model, in addition to the big screen (alas, with QVGA resolution), has a built-in GPS-based SiRFStar III, complete set of wireless interfaces, rather nimble processor and runs Windows Mobile 6.
At first glance, ASUS P550 is huge and quite hefty. Virtually the entire front surface is a large 3.5 “screen, under which lies a block key management device. The materials of the assembled smartphone, command respect and a sense of reliability. So, proceed to familiarity, which normally start with the characteristics of the device.
Specifications are not bad smartphones. At the core of the device a fairly powerful processor, large screen, there is support for 3G-networks and GPS. However, permission to have such a large screen is not high. Simple camera of 2 megapixel that for modern devices have not even average. By the way, there is no frontal camera, whose presence is characteristic for 3G-devices.