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T-Mobile MDA Vario III

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Quick Spec
Talk Time (max) 6 Hrs
Stand by (max) 400 Hrs
Weight 190 g
Size (mm) 112 x 59 x 19mm
Frequency Quad-band / UMTS / HSDPA
Bluetooth Yes
  
 
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One thing that is always nice to see is a smartphone, a little computer that sits in your hand, yet looks sexy. It's logical, really: something high-powered, if it looks gorgeous as well, will be fabulous. No two ways about it.

Hitting all the right notes in terms of sheer power and smooth looks is the fabulous T Mobile MDA Vario III.

The design of the MDA Vario III is something that's both familiar yet brand new. By now, everyone must've seen phones that have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, just as this phone does. It's a fantastically useful feature, giving you all the benefits of a keyboard, without... well, without having a huge keyboard permanently dangling out of your pocket.

But what's new is the fact that on the MDA Vario III, the screen will also flip up, making it even more laptop-like, so you don't have to crane your head over it to see it.

Of course, looking like a laptop is all well and good, but if it's underpowered, it's not going to be very useful, is it? Well, then, good job that the T Mobile MDA Vario III is packed with top-end features.

The first feature comes directly from it being powered by Window: Office compatibility. So, you get fully featured versions of Word, Excel and Outlook on your phone, meaning anything you can do on your PC, you can do on your MDA Vario III. And that includes internet, as the phone will connect you to the internet at up to 3.6Mbps. That's right, broadband speeds. That's fast!

Rounding out the features is the MDA Vario III's built-in GPS. It's impossible to underestimate how cool that is. Everything you need to use satnav, built into the phone? Why, yes please!

Check out the awesomely powerful T Mobile MDA Vario III today.

One thing that is always nice to see is a smartphone, a little computer that sits in your hand, yet looks sexy. It's logical, really: something high-powered, if it looks gorgeous as well, will be fabulous. No two ways about it.

Hitting all the right notes in terms of sheer power and smooth looks is the fabulous T Mobile MDA Vario III.

The design of the MDA Vario III is something that's both familiar yet brand new. By now, everyone must've seen phones that have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, just as this phone does. It's a fantastically useful feature, giving you all the benefits of a keyboard, without... well, without having a huge keyboard permanently dangling out of your pocket.

But what's new is the fact that on the MDA Vario III, the screen will also flip up, making it even more laptop-like, so you don't have to crane your head over it to see it.

Of course, looking like a laptop is all well and good, but if it's underpowered, it's not going to be very useful, is it? Well, then, good job that the T Mobile MDA Vario III is packed with top-end features.

The first feature comes directly from it being powered by Window: Office compatibility. So, you get fully featured versions of Word, Excel and Outlook on your phone, meaning anything you can do on your PC, you can do on your MDA Vario III. And that includes internet, as the phone will connect you to the internet at up to 3.6Mbps. That's right, broadband speeds. That's fast!

Rounding out the features is the MDA Vario III's built-in GPS. It's impossible to underestimate how cool that is. Everything you need to use satnav, built into the phone? Why, yes please!

Check out the awesomely powerful T Mobile MDA Vario III today.