One of the unique features this phone has is what T-Mobile is calling e-mail triggers which send can smart a sms linked to the actual email in your inbox. It’s a slick sounding method of push email that you can control based on filters for your mail. Not all your messages will do this, unless of course you set it so.
The ship date supposedly isn’t until September 9th, which is a couple of weeks later than expected, but HP is taking pre-orders on their iPAQ h6315 Pocket PC Phone, the one with GSM/GPRS, WiFi, Bluetooth, a built-in VGA quality digital camera, a 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen, and a snap-on mini-keyboard. List price is $599.99, with T-Mobile as the service provider. [Engadget]