By Brandon Miniman | March 12, 2009 8:01 PM
This one went under the radar at MWC 2009, but kudos to Hungarian site MobileArena for spotting it. It looks like the Gigabyte M1220 may turn out to be the second thinnest Windows Mobile device ever…beaten only by the original Motorola Q (by a mere .1 mm). The Windows Mobile 6.5-based device is running with a 528MHz CPU with 256MB ROM and 128MB RAM, plus has a full QWERTY on the front. It’s sporting a unique Flash-based user interface, but sadly does so with a 2.4″ QVGA touchscreen display. Beyond that, it includes the usual goods like WiFi, HSDPA/HSUPA, aGPS, and dual cameras. It’s expected to hit Europe around September of 2009. For even more specs, check out PDAdb.net.