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Taiwan makers showcasing mobile TV handsets at Mobile World Congress

The two leading Taiwan handset makers – Gigabyte Communications and E-Ten Information Systems – are highlighting their newly developed mobile TV handsets at the ongoing 2008 GSMA Mobile World Congress.

Gigabyte is showcasing a series of Windows Mobile GPS-enabled PDA phones, including the MS808, 804, 800 and 820.

The MS808 is Gigabyte's first 3.5G-enabled mobile TV phone supporting DVB-T, DVB-H, T-DMB and ISDB-T standards. While the sliding-form factor MS804 features a cap-sensor digit dial keyboard, the MS820 features a 5-megapixel camera, according to company sources at the trade fair.

In addition, Gigabyte is also introduced its first 3.5G data card, the MD800, at the show. The MD800 supports 3.5G and GPS/AGPS as well as Express Card 34, mini USB and PCMCIA interfaces, the sources indicated.

E-Ten is also showcasing its first 3.5G mobile TV handset, the Glofiish V900, at the Mobile World Congress. The V900 supports the reception of DVB-H, DVB-T, TDMB and DAB broadcasts. E-Ten's displays also included its new GPS-enabled PDA phone, the M810.


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