Some new pictures have been posted on a Russian web site that confirm that Dell's upcoming Pocket PC with a VGA screen will look like the leaked pictures that have been circulating for awhile.
While no official pictures of the Axim X50 are available yet, a couple of versions of an unofficial one have been in circulation on the Web.
Dell originally asked the FCC to withhold much of the information about its first Pocket PC with a VGA screen until late September. Dell has submitted an updated confidentiality request that asks that this info be withheld until early November.
Dell will reportedly release a device similar to the Treo 600 early in 2005.
While Dell has asked for details of the new X50 to be hidden until it's released, the FCC released very primitive information, including a picture, about the X50 late Friday afternoon. Part of the documentation is a request for confidentiality including the external photos, internal photos and user manual until September 24th. In the past the confidentiality request has coincided very closely with the actual release date.
The FCC has given its approval for what will be Dell's first Pocket PC with a VGA screen. It is now certain that at least one version of this device will have both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Some additional details on Dell's upcoming Pocket PC with a VGA screen have been posted in the forums of a Chinese web site.
It has been clear since this spring that Dell is putting together its first Pocket PC with a VGA screen. Now, a rumor gives some additional details about this model.
Alex Gruzen, the man at HP responsible for the iPAQ line, has been hired by Dell.
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