[MWC 2010] The neoTouch P400 could be seen as the Windows Mobile nemesis of the beTouch E400 (Android). However, the user experience is very different. Here, you have Windows Mobile 6.5 – and that’s convenient if you edit Office documents, but to be honest, the application offering lacks sexiness. Now that we’ve seen Windows Phone 7 Series in action – it is really hard to get excited by a Windows Mobile 6 device. Inside the neoTouch P400, you will find a Qualcomm 7227 processor. The end result is decent performance, but nothing stellar. This is a mid-range phone, after all. It says that Mobile IE 6 supports Flash, but there’s was no connectivity available (at Mobile World Congress!), so I could not try it.
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