Hitachi SH-G1000

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The Hitachi SH-G1000, or simply referred to as G1000, is a single-mode CDMA Pocket PC smartphone manufactured by Hitachi and released on Sprint PCS in mid-2003. It was the second and final Hitachi branded phone released in the United States, released about a year after the SH-P300.

The phone has a matte black outer shell with silver accents. An all-black version also existed, but it's unknown whether it was released.

It was the first Pocket PC to have a built-in mini keyboard.

Reception was mixed with many reviews making note of the device's very large footprint.

Specs

Basics

SH-G1000
HW Platform/ChipsetIntel Xscale PXA255 (400 MHz) • CPU
SW Platform/OSPocket PC 2002 Phone Edition
Display QVGA (240 x 320) transflective TFT, 16-bit color (65,536 colors)
Physical display size89 mm (3.5 in)
LED IndicatorOne notification light and one battery indicator
SensorsAmbient light sensor
Flash memory32MB?
RAM32MB
Memory card slotSD/MMC
Charging connector~2.8mm barrel jack
Data connectorMini USB; MITS-style dock connector
Regulatory infoFCC ID: ABLSH-G1000 (approved 2003-04-03)
Retail price$650

Connectivity

SH-G1000
Operating modesCDMA 1900
Data1xRTT
IrDAYes
BluetoothNo

Input

SH-G1000
Input methodsQWERTY mini keyboard
Touch screenResistive touch with stylus
Side keysVolume
Jog dial
3-stage profile switch
Key guard toggle

Media

SH-G1000
Rear cameraVGA (640 x 480), rotating camera
Line out2.5mm jack

Accessories

Batteries

Chargers

External links

SH-G1000 product page (archived)