Update 2: The current CU928 shipping in China does have full Bluetooth support, including Bluetooth dial-up networking relay as well as full headset support, and a serial profile. The phone also has an IR port.
Update: The VGA camera on the phone also includes a flash, a first for a PDA/Phone combo in the U.S.
The combination of the slider form-factor and the Pocket PC sounds odd, but it may be the Pocket PC world’s answer to the Treo 600, sans the sacrafice of display space or resolution. The Daxian CU928 delivers a 400 MHz XScale processor, 64 MB of both RAM and ROM, as well as an SDIO slot and VGA camera.
Like the PPC5050 (which Sprint abruptly cancelled), the CU928 also supports 1xEV-DO, and the phone will ship with video conferencing software and video streaming software. It is unknown if Sprint will kill this feature, or let it run on the slower 1xRTT network.
According to a memo leaked to Smart Assets the phone also includes Bluetooth and will fully support Video Mail and PCS Business Connection. In addition, the PDA will include a high capacity battery that supports up to four hours of talk time.