Holding an O2 XDA MINI mobile phone in your hands as a symbol of ostentation might not be a good idea. It is not so because it has been incorporated with ordinary set of technical specifications or looks terribly ugly but the cause to this effect is its bulk. The O2 XDA MINI weighs 160g with dimensions making it huge for a mobile phone but nothing radical on the lines of PDA phones.
Let us walk down the features lane of O2 XDA MINI which makes it a pretty impressive device to go through. Even if the XDA Mini throws a hefty impression to begin with, it more than makes up for its bulk in other departments. To begin with, O2 XDA MINI is a GSM QuadBand mobile phone making global roaming a part of this package. The TFT touchscreen is huge at 42 x 57 mm and a viewer’s delight at 240 x 320 pixels display. The sliding QWERTY keyboard covers enough ground as expected to complement O2 XDA Mini’s status of Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 PocketPC Smartphone.
Moving ahead, we come across the TI OMP 850 200 MHz processor which ensures the operational rate of O2 XDA MINI so that the users do not experience slow processing while interacting with their phone. Memory expansion provision does not surprise but always comes on a welcome note. The MP3/AAC player has a task well specified which it performs with aplomb.
Data transfer/connectivity has options to rely on with Wi-Fi connectivity tools leading the charge followed up by Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE, USB, infrared and WAP 2.0/xHTML browser. In the wake of as many features of this quality, it would be needless to say that O2 XDA MINI has a rather strengthened data transfer/connectivity front. The 1.3 megapixels camera with video and flash is nothing out of box but does well to be included as a standard feature.