It’s been a while since we wrote about a Windows Mobile satellite phone, but any novelty is welcome, right? Today’s piece of news refers to the TerreStar Genus, a Windows Mobile 6.5.3 satellite phone, that was recently shown in action at CTIA Wireless 2010:


The smartphone uses the 850/900/1800/1900 MHz bands, so it’ll be compatible with AT&T. Its specs list includes a 2.6 inch 320 x 240 pixel QVGA touchscreen display, 100MB of internal memory and a 1400 mAh battery. H.264 playback is also supported and there’s a 3 megapixel camera in there, too.

TerreStar Genus uses microUSB connectivity, a microSD card slot, GPS, WiFi b/g and USB 2.0. Don’t forget to check out the video showing the smartphone in action, available after the break:

[via wmexperts]

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