What’s the difference between a smartphone and a Pocket PC device? You can’t really tell anymore with the Krma from izenMobile. This device uses the same naming convention that Motorola imbued upon its range of cellphones, starting with the RAZR. The Krma has a pretty impressive list of features, and top off the list is a 2 megapixel camera with flash, a 2.2″ LCD display (most probably a touchscreen), built-in FM radio, and Bluetooth connectivity. It is unfortunate that there is no WiFi built in, so that means you’ve got to purchase a WiFi module that comes on a miniSD card format in order to surf the Internet. There is no word on the pricing of this tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900) handset at the moment.
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