New UK-based smartphone manufacturer Velocity Mobile launched its debut devices at the CTIA Wireless convention in Las Vegas last week.
Based in Kent, but looking to relocate to London, Velocity announced its Windows Mobile 103 and 111 smartphones.
The HSDPA devices, pitched as low cost but full featured, are designed by Velocity but manufactured by Taiwanese firm Inventec. They are scheduled for UK release in Q2 and Q3 respectively.
Both feature Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, a touchscreen, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, 2- megapixel camera and expandable memory. The 111 also has a QWERTY keypad.
Velocity Mobile president and managing director David Hayes said: “Velocity was created to bring leading-edge smartphones to the mass consumer market.”