EPOQ EGP-98B – World’s first watch phone running Windows Mobile

by Dhiram Shah

We have had our share of watch phones but none comes close to the EPOQ EGP-98B when it comes to features. Unlike other watch phones the EGP-98B is small and can be correctly called a watch small yet effective it supports Quad Band GSM so you can wear it and use all over the world and has a large power saving OLED touchscreen. The EGP-98B is powered by Windows Mobile 5.0 so you can use Internet Explorer to browse website at using GPRS mobile internet at 2.7G.
(Detailed specs after the jump)

# Windows Mobile 5.0 OS
# WIFI 802.11b/g
# PDA Synch
# OLED 1.4″ touch screen display
# Operating Frequency: GSM unlocked Network Frequency: 850/900/1800/1900MHz for worldwide use (w/ GPRS)
# Stereo Blue Tooth Transmitter built in(headset included)
# Talk time: about 100-180 minutes per charge / Standby time: 80-100 hours
# 1.3MP camera for stills and video
# Language: English, simplified Chinese, , Arabic, German, Russian and 10 other languages
# Ring-tone formats:64 chord, mp3, midi
# Video: WMV, AVI, 3GP,MP4,3GP/MP4 full screen play, forward and pause
# Music: Mp3, background play, equalizer, individual loudspeakers
# ROM: internal 128MB memory / plus bonus 1GB T-Flash Card
# Data Transfer 2.7G wireless and wired USB Flash disk/USB cable/ Bluetooth (stereo music, voice and data transfer)
# Standby Photo /Screen saver: jpg, gif
# Telephone directories: 300 contacts support, Caller ID, MP3 ring tones.
# Messages & Multimedia messaging: SMS/MMS
# Schedule power on/off: auto power on and off
# Alarm clock: alarm clock when powered off
# Games: smart puzzle game
# More information: MP3, MP4, hands free speaker phone, SMS group sending, Voice recorder, WAP, Web Browser, Handwritten input, Bluetooth, GPRS download, MMS, E-book, IP dialing, calendar, health manager, calculator, unit converter, rate exchange, memo, world clock, note

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