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Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC SDK and Windows Mobile 5 Smart phone SDK

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What is the difference between Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC SDK and Windows Mobile 5 Smart phone SDK?
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PPC SDK is for touch-screen devices (not necessary phones) while Smartphone one is for non-touch phones. The differences are subtle. Apart from slightly different core API, they have different emulator, may include  different tools (like Cellular emulator) etc.
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Each platform targets a different set of Phones. The code base will run on both platforms but its wise to test the code base on both platforms to ensure the compatibility.

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Smartphone has few phone specific GUI controls.
There are other differences on low-level also. In 2003 versions Smartphone has privileged mode and a lot of API was in this mode - SMS sending/receiving, etc.
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