Orange launches SPV M700 smartphone with sat nav and HTC S310 Pay As You Go smartphone

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Orange has announced the availability of the SPV M700, a Windows Mobile 5.0-based device, which also incorporates a satellite navigation application.

The SPV M700 offers 3G connectivity, with speeds of up to 1.8Mbps where network support is available. There’s also EDGE support, Wi-Fi connectivity and a 2 megapixel camera. Sat nav is available at an extra cost, but you can try it out with a free trial. The major Microsoft Office applications (including Excel, Word and PowerPoint) are all available, as is push email.

The company has also announced the HTC S310, the first Orange Pay As You Go smartphone, also with Windows Mobile 5.0, along with 1.3 mega-pixel camera, 2-inch LCD screen and media player.

The SPV M700 is available from Orange stores and is free on contracts over £35. The HTC S310 is also available from Orange shops, retailing for £249.99

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Dave Walker
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  • The phone itself uses Outlook data to store its Contacts which can be synced with outlook on your PC via Active Sync (Common sync software).

    It has a very easy to use email system and is etup in seconds!

    Must say… This is an exception phone!

  • Hi,
    Does this have e-mail on it such as microsoft office outlook?
    It looks good but what else can it do?

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