Gigabyte released its own full touchscreen smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2009, the GSmart S1200 handset, that got analyzed by the folks of Unwired View. They found that the S1200 doesn’t stand out of the crowd of full touchscreen phones announced at MWC 2009.



However, this Gigabyte device is a pretty good Windows Mobile smartphone, packing a responsive 3.1 inches touch display and the customized Smart Zone UI. The latter is based on Flash and makes using the phone a breeze, a simple and intuitive experience.

In minutes, you’ll be navigating the phone like you’ve had it for years, finding any function you need without hesitation.


One of the few flaws of the GSmart S1200 is its 3 megapixel camera, but you can’t have it all, can you? A video analysis of the S1200’s features can be checked below:

[via Unwired View]

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