Motorola ES400 Enterprise Digital Assistant – First Windows Embedded Handheld Phone

Written By Sam on 19 June 2010

Microsoft has now launched the latest mobile operating system which is named as Windows Embedded Handheld. This operating system is enhanced version of Windows Mobile 6.5.3. It has been released with UI improvements including Tiles and enterprise features. Motorola released its latest model ES400 with Windows Embedded Handheld. It is designed targeting corporate customers using Windows Mobile devices. Especially for users who are using Windows Mobile device for many years and are not willing to change to others like Windows Phone 7 or iPhone versions.

The Motorola ES400 always have an access to enterprise application which includes customizing your UI which will help for an easy access to vital applications. Using this you can connect anywhere across the globe with user selectable WAN. You can place orders, inventories can be checked, capture signature, scan barcodes, and reference and update CRM systems. It has undergone test for durability and found good for daily use. Remote IT support is possible with device. Downtime is minimized, total cost of ownership is reduced and productivity is enhanced. Communication becomes very easy via this device. It aids you to receive real time information.

Features of Motorola ES400

  • PenTile 3 in. diagonal color display, touch, VGA 640 x 480 portrait, Super Bright 750+ NITS (luminous)
  • 600 MHz, ARM 11 processor, MSM 7627
  • 256MB RAM/1GB Flash
  • Windows Mobile 6.5.3 Professional OS and Motorola Enterprise UI
  • 6 hours (WAN) standard battery 12 hours extended battery
  • 3.2 Megapixel camera with Autofocus
  • 3-axis accelerometer
  • Dual 3.5G – supports both GSM and CDMA (Switchable)
  • GPS and Finger-print scanner
  • Bluetooth and PTT wireless or wired headsets

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