Rogers is the first NA carrier that sells HP iPAQ 910, a full QWERTY smartphone that supports 7.2 Mbps downloads via the previously-mentioned carrier’s 3G network. The device comes with a touch display, voice recognition and Windows Mobile 6.1.


There’s also a 3 megapixel camera, GPS and WiFi on its specs list and you should know that the iPAQ is available now through Rogers for $250 with a 3 year data and voice contract that will leave you $45 poorer each month. If you want to buy the handset unlocked, it’ll be available for $404.

[via electronista]

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