European wireless carrier Orange has unveiled the SPV E200, its newest smart phone running Windows Mobile 2003. It is the first handset running this operating system to offer an integrated camera. It also has Bluetooth.
Though Orange has officially announced this phone, it has only released a few details about it. The SPV E200 greatly resembles the SPV E100, which debuted this July. It will have a color screen that is 220 by 176 pixels. All devices running this operating system have a joystick for user input, not a touch screen
Its integrated camera will be able to take both still images and video. The resolution is not yet known.
The SPV E200 will be released by Orange this November. It will be available in the UK, France, Switzerland, Denmark, the Netherlands and Belgium. Full pricing and further details will be available in each market closer to launch.
It is not known if a version of this phone will reach the U.S.