GIGABYTE Communications is Headed to Barcelona With Multimedia, Business and Style.

Here is a little bit more news on what GIGABYTE Communications plans on bringing to the show at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. GBC plans to bring a gang of devices under the categories of Multimedia, Business and Style. Very exciting.

The company has stated that it will be showing off two new devices in the Multimedia category, one of which, the MS820, was reveiled last year, with full disclosure of the device taking place at this years event.

Also on GBC’s itinerary is a new handset with higher specifications, and a PDA device that may just be the multimedia powerhouse some of you have been awaiting, with  DVB-T and/or DVB-H capabilities.

Here is more excerpts of what GIGABYTE will have up it’s sleeve when they arrive in Spain:

“In the Business area, GBC will announce a device that is rather different from what it has unveiled before. The product is stated to come with more functions meant to ensure that the business operation is smoother and more secure.

The GSmart S1200, a device that can be seen in the invitation card next to this article, will be added to the Style category. The S1200 comes with a chic and stylish design, featuring a simple round arc shape and including a special coated texture meant to avoid fingerprints on the handset. The device will run under Windows Mobile Professional 6.1 OS, and is powered by a Qualcomm 7200A (528MHz) processor meant to deliver great performance.”

The S1200 will also be rocking Smart Zone, a new UI developed by GBC, which is reportedly one of the most efficient UI’s available today, allowing the user to access any program in one or two steps. This is known as the ‘Core’ concept. We are now officially intrigued.

With all the great things that GBC seemingly will announce at MWC, along with everyone else and their brother showing off new devices and services, we can hardly contain ourselves here at!

How does all this sound to you? Will a new device by GIGABYTE Communications be added to your arsenal of handsets? Give us a shout in the comments.

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