Pricing has not yet been confirmed for the phones, which will also become available via HP's website. However, it is thought the iPAQ Data Messenger will cost €549(£431), while the iPAQ Voice Messenger is expected to be priced at €449 (£352).
The iPAQ Data Messenger has a 2.8in touchscreen and a full slide-out Qwerty keyboard. The iPAQ Voice Messenger is a candy-bar phone with a 2.4in screen, and lacks support for touch input.
The two newcomers are, apart from that, very similar. Both phones use Windows Mobile 6.1: Data Messenger comes with the Professional version and Voice Messenger comes with the Standard version.
Both can surf the web or access enterprise applications using Wi-Fi or High Speed Packet Access (HSPA). They support fast download and upload speeds, at 7.2Mbps and 2Mbps, respectively.
There is also support for A-GPS. Users can also snap pictures using a 3.1Mp camera, and store data using a microSD card slot.
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