With a small and sleek frame, the TØRQ N100 from Sound Solutions has the features of a PDA, phone, and GPS device all in one. The N100 features a 2.8 inch touch screen that show you where your destination is, duration, and what roads to not to take. As well as traffic alerts via Traffic Messege Channel. Other features include a 1.3-megapixel camera and Pocket PC software. The phone is dropping in the U.S next month, but no word on pricing just yet. Via Sci Fi Tech.
IXI’s latest phone is the Ogo CT-17, and is the perfect cellular device for communication. Some of its features include Instant Messaging, email news, SMS, voice, web browsing and RSS reader for podcasts. In addition, it includes Bluetooth that enables a wireless headset. The Ogo CT-17 is available worldwide and costs $62.17 in Germany Via New Launches.
Nokia has have just unveiled their N93 multimedia phone. The N93 features a 3.2 Megapixel camera, 50MB of memory, miniSD slot, WiFi, and a 2.4 inch screen. Via TechEBlog.
Over the past years gadgets have been getting smaller and smaller. Elite will be releasing it’s very small cell phone. This phone features a 6″ screen and variety of applications including games, calendar, memo, alarm clock and others. Elite also gives a “Elite Model Look vanity case” and a personal handsfree kit. This very tiny phone will measure at 59 x 53 x 22.5 mm and weighs only 75g. Via Gizmodo.
This Vodafone 804N is designed to double as an Mp3 player. It has dedicated music keys along with a 2.0 megapixel primary camera and 1.0 megapixel secondary camera, 2.2 inch LCD display, microSD slot, Bluetooth, etc. This phone is only available to Japan.
We’ve shown you some great PDA/Phone combos, but 02’s may be the most versatile yet. This 02 XDA IQ Wi-Fi SmartPhone runs on the vry handy Windows Mobile 5.0 and comes equipped with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, infrared, a 1.3-megapixel camera, a mini SD slot, quad-band, GPRS, and EDGE. The “drawback” is that the screen only displays 64,000 colors, but will you really notice? No word on price and availability yet. Info via MobileWhack.