Other key highlights included its sliding form factor (which revealed a numeric keypad), built-in stereo speakers, both front (QVGA) and rear (5MP) facing cameras, N-gage gaming, a full HTML web browser, and stereo Bluetooth 2.0.
The touch-sensitive navigation bar of the original is replaced with a trackball, not unlike the ones found on contemporary BlackBerry devices, and this is backed up with a 2.4" QVGA display and full QWERTY keyboard.
The themes also have to compatible with the Windows Mobile environment, so while some free BlackBerry themes are also QVGA in size, they won't work on the Mogul smartphone.
Since Windows Mobile and the QVGA screen resolution were quite popular for some time, there is a substantial library of themes available for download on the Internet.
There is also a secondary VGA camera for video calls, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, a 2.2-inch QVGA display, and touch sensitive music controls on the cover.
Quite unlike many more contemporary smartphones, the Mogul only has a display with a QVGA resolution.
It is rumored that the on-board camera will be able to record video at a QVGA (320x240) resolution.