Microsoft Windows Embedded Handheld platform premiers on Motorola ES400

by Gareth Mankoo

Microsoft are flaunting their Windows Embedded Handheld platform on a new Motorola phone, entitled, ‘ES400’. The phone in question does quite a good job in impressing those who are more interested in trying out the platform. Thanks to the amazing features like a 600MHz Qualcomm MSM 7627 core, resistive VGA touchscreen display, fingerprint scanner and 3.5G support that can be switched between GSM and CDMA.

The ES400 will not be making it to the shelves though. It may well end up as a field sales product and will come in handy with service, healthcare and retail use.

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