Product Launch by Dan Seifert on Thursday March 24, 2011.
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Aircell has introduced the first smartphone designed for airborne use by pilots and cabin personnel, the ambiguously named Smartphone. Running an unidentified version of Android, the Smartphone has a 3.8-inch touchscreen as well as a standard dial pad. Rounding out the specs are Bluetooth compatibility and an integrated headset jack for wired headsets and earbuds.
The Smartphone has been designed to integrate with Aircell's systems already in place. It is backward-compatible with all Aircell Axxess communications systems currently in production, and is available as a drop-in replacement for the company's prolific Aircell Axxess flush-mount handset.
The Aircell Smartphone will be available late 2011 at an unannounced price.
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