First look at Windows Mobile 6

Digit Online

What Digit seem to have missed is the added technology features, but maybe Microsoft didn't show them.

A friend installed a version of Windows Mobile 6 on his MDA (HTC Universal), it now supports USB slave functionality (i.e. it appears as a disk) and USB host functionality (i.e. disks can be attached to it).

A neat feature is the WiFi access point mode. What this means is that phone (GPRS/3G) can be used as a wireless modem and the WiFi in the unit which is usually in client mode turned into AP mode, so other systems can access connectivity through WM6.

WM6 also has a bigger memory model and can handle more processes.
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