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>> Hi I'm Bonnie Cha, Senior Editor at cnettv.com and we're here at the CTIA 2007 Fall Show, and we're here taking a First Look at the I-Mate Ultimate Smartphone series. Right here at the end we've got the 6150 and the 8150 and there are more phone centric devices; they also have XGA output so you can connect to your monitor or your Plasma TV and see everything that's on your screen there. At the end here you have more messaging centric devices; you have the 8502 and the 9502. The 9502 has a nice sliding screen here so that's really nice and the 8502 is the narrowest QUERTY keyboard out there right now so that's really nice. They're all running Windows Mobile 6 and have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. They'll be available later this year. This has been your First Look at the I-Mate Ultimate Smartphone series.
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