"A startup in Penang, Malaysia is readying a Linux-based
dual-mode WiFi GSM/GPRS phone expected to ship in Q2. Gupp
Technologies's 'Phreedom' phone boasts a Treo-style QWERTY
keyboard, a 2.5-inch QVGA color screen, and VoWiFi
(voice-over-WiFi) capabilities based on the SIP standard.
"Gupp says the Phreedom targets 'consumers and cost-conscious
businesses,' which can reduce roaming costs by using VoWiFi when
possible, with GSM/GPRS used as a backup. Additionally, the phone
offers smartphone features such as Internet browsing, music
downloads, and email..."
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