By Brandon Miniman | April 9, 2008 8:30 PM
MiTAC has never been a huge force in the Windows Mobile hardware business, though perhaps they’re making an attempt with the Lovebird (and as a start, they should have chosen a more becoming name).
The Lovebird has an iPhone-like design with a minimum amount of hardware buttons in the front. PDAdb.net tells us that the Lovebird is quadband GSM phone, so it’ll work in the US. It has 64MB of RAM, a 400MHz Samsung processor, GPRS/EDGE (no 3G), and a QVGA touchscreen. That’s the bad news. The good news is that it runs Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, has 2GB of ROM, built in GPS, and a flash for the 2MP camera on the back. If they price this right, it could be a good entry level device for when it lands in August.