Hop-on PDA 2001 PocketPC Phone Loves CDMA and GSM

Hop-on PDA 2001 PocketPC Phone Loves CDMA and GSM


No longer do you have to choose between CDMA and GSM when it comes your latest smartphone adventure, because the dual-mode PDA 2001 from Hop-on has no trouble latching onto either network. But that’s not where the wireless connectivity ends. The PDA 2001 (makes it sound dated, doesn’t it?) also comes with integrated GPS, 802.11b/g WiFi, and support for up to 6 simultaneous Bluetooth pairings.

Although the word going around says that the Hop-on Windows Mobile 6 device will be offered for both AT&T and Verizon customers, I’d imagine that it will not be sold directly by either of these providers. Instead, you’ll probably need to look to third-party retailers to get a piece of the PDA 2001 pie.

Other notable specs include a full color touchscreen, gaming capabilities, 3.0 megapixel camera (with video), Mobile Office, a Qualcomm MSM7200 400MHz processor, UMTS/HSDPA, 256MB ROM, 128MB SRAM, and microSD expansion.