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Qik adds support for 20 new Windows Mobile handsets

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 6:11PM EST

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Not to be outdone by Sling’s recent “all in” announcement, Qik has revealed a new beta client with support for 20 more Windows Mobile handsets. The newest version of the slick video streaming software sports the company’s first Palm-compatible client, with support for the 800w and Treo Pro, as well as a plethora of Samsung and HTC-based phones. In addition to the new phones, Qik has included the ability to utilize external flash memory for bigger upload buffers, as well as enhanced support for touchscreen devices. We still think that the live streaming video space is one of the most exciting mainstream tech developments in recent memory, and we’re happy to see the major players committed to continually improving their services. Hit the jump for the full list of newly supported devices, and happy Qikking!

– Palm Treo 800w
– Palm Treo Pro (alpha support)

– Samsung SGH-i900/i908/ SCH-i910 (Omnia)
– Samsung SGH-i907 (Epix)
– Samsung SGH-i760
– Samsung SGH-i780 (Blackjack3)

– HTC Touch Pro
– HTC Touch HD
– HTC XV6800
– O2 XDA Trion
– T-Mobile MDA Vario II
– Vodafone 1605 VPA Compact III
– Orange SPV M3100
– Dopod CHT 9000
– Dopod 838 Pro
– DoCoMo HTC Z
– Qtek 9600
– iMate JasJam
– AT&T 8525
– Swisscom XPA v1605
– SoftBank X01HT
– Vodafone PDA 1605
– Vodafone PDA 9600


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