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O2 latest Smartphone adopts CSR Bluetooth

Posted: 11 Feb 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:cambridge silicon radio? csr? bluetooth? o2? smartphone?

Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR) has been chosen to Bluetooth enable O2's latest Smartphone. According to O2, its new XDA II Smartphone with full Bluetooth enables users to connect wirelessly to any other Bluetooth enabled PC, mobile headset or PDA via its Microsoft Pocket PC interface. With no keypad, the XDA II resembles a PDA but also includes a fully featured GSM mobile handset, camera, and games.

Lars C. Weisswange, head of Integrated Devices, mmO2 plc, commented, "It makes sense to add Bluetooth technology into the XDA II, as its numerous features are all designed for maximum mobility. A handset as compact as the XDA II requires the most compact components to enable so many features to fit in one device. At 6x6mm, CSR's BlueCore single-chip solution has allowed O2 to maximize the available space and give its customers a sleek design with a whole hoard of features."

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