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Background and Identification
The T-Mobile SDA is a smartphone manufactured by HTC in 2005 as the HTC Tornado. The T-mobile SDA has also been rebranded as the the Dopod 586W, Qtek 8300, Cingular 2125, i-mate SP5 and Orange SPV C600. It runs on the Windows Mobile 5 operating system and features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, and Infrared functionality. The phone's inputs include a numerical keypad, a thumbstick, call and end buttons, volume control buttons, and numerous soft keys. It also comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera and a 240 X 320 pixel display. To identify this phone simply check the brand name on the phone to see if it matches one of the names listed above or compare it with the picture seen to the right.
- Sanyo ST26C (3.7V)
- LCD display
- 240x320 pixels
- Single core, 200MHz, TI OMAP 850
- 64 MB RAM/ 64 MB ROM
- 1.3 megapixels
- Caller ID
- Headphone jack
- Integrated speakerphone
- MicroSD slot
- PC sync
- SIM card
- Voice dialing
- Windows Media
A user manual for the phone can be found here:
A complete list of features from HTC (the original manufacturer) can be found here:
A comprehensive review of the phone can be found here: