By January 6, 2009

T-Mobile Dash Now Back in Black

A slightly revamped version of the T-Mobile Dash is now available. This includes a new look and an upgrade to the latest version of Windows Mobile.

The new Dash drops the black-and-silver casing of the original in exchange for one that is a very dark grey, but T-Mobile insists in actually black. Nothing else about the actual design of this model has changed.

Tmobile Dash
T-Mobile Dash

On the inside, this model sports Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard, the most recent edition of Microsoft’s operating system for smartphones without touchscreens.

It is available now on T-Mobile’s website for $100 with a qualifying service contract and mail-in rebate.

The T-Mobile Dash isn’t a new model as it debuted over two years ago but it has been T-Mobile’s most popular Windows Mobile device, and a jump to the latest version of this operating system breathes new life into it.

It uses a popular design for smartphones a slim tablet shape with a QWERTY keyboard below the screen. This model includes a 320-by-240-pixel display that is in landscape mode by default.

The Dash is a quad-band GSM phone that has Wi-Fi b/g and Stereo Bluetooth, but does not support T-Mobile’s 3G network.

It also has a microSD memory card slot and a 1.3 MPx camera.

Like all Windows Mobile devices, it offers Push corporate email and a suite of productivity and entertainment software.

Overall, this model is 2.5 by 4.4 by 0.5 inches, and it weighs 4.2 ounces.

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