Mobile phone maker is set to debut smartphones under its own brand name in China for the first time.
After too long with a single-ringer, no-frills, colorless, call-and-text-only Motorola cell phone, this blogger has upgraded to a touch-screen, Windows Mobile, wi-fi capable, hand-held nugget of a computer.
Dopod's C730 has some great and highly enticing technology hiding under its slim hood. A pity then, that it's such a poor smartphone to actually use.
Typical price: $899.00
The Dopod D810 is packed with a bevy of useful features including 3.5G HSDPA support, quadband GSM, and Wi-Fi, but suffers from some glaring shortcomings such as slow processing speeds and barely passable camera.
Typical price: $1,349.00
A mobile phone that transforms into a clamshell minicomputer is not novel. However, the LonMID M100 device by NFS is possibly the first to sport an Intel Atom chipset under the hood.
Dopod's P800W offers a lot of promise for a GPS-enabled Windows Smartphone, but the lack of supplied GPS software and some sluggish performance really drag it down.
Typical price: $1,329.00
There may be no slimmer or more stylish Windows Mobile smartphone on the market, and certainly none that run on 3G. However, the comparatively high price tag and lack of a QWERTY keypad or touchscreen could make you look twice at larger, more conventional smartphones.
Typical price: $995.00
HTC's buyout bid for customer Dopod (who's recently launched its smartphone range in Australia) has reached the final stages, according to Dopod CEO Jack Tong.
Dopod, the fastest growing mobile communications company in Asia, has today announced its entrance into the Australian market. Initially, two models from Dopod's range will be available for purchase locally -- the 838Pro and the 595.
New M530w touted to give the Dopod serious competition.