Airis T482 is a PDA GPS phone that will hit the market in France as early as this week. You will be able to purchase it wit or without the GPS navigation software – CoPilot Live which developed by ALK Technologies.
Airis T482 has quadband GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), GPRS and EDGE, runs on a Marvell PXA270 processor at 416MHz and there’s a second processor called Philips Grangonfly SS6120. T482 will come with 128MB of ROM and 64MB of RAM. It is very light weighing only 165 grams and measuring 125x62x14 mm.
More specs include a 3.2″ QVGA screen, 2MP digital camera, and microSD card extension slot. The integrated GPS receiver chip is SiRFStar III, the other two antennas are for bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Oh, there’s an FM tuner too.
Airis T482 has a 1500mAh battery that should allow for 250 hours in standby-PDA mode, 4 hours in GSM mode.
If you choose to get it without the GPS navigation software (why would any Navigadget reader do that?) Airis T482 will cost you 400 €. Add in the CoPilot Live 7 software and maps for France, you’re looking at 424 €. If you want maps for all of Europe then the price is 478 €… via