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September 2006

BenQ Siemens’s Concept Phone

by Johan on September 29, 2006

The Black Box Concept Phone by BenQ Siemens

BenQ Siemens’ newest concept phone, the Black Box, uses a touch screen as its keypad. The touch screen changes the control layout immediately which depends on the functions you are using. What an interesting concept phone it is!

Via Slashphone.

Kyocera K352

by Johan on September 29, 2006

Kyocera K352

Kyocera has launched a new music phone called the Kyocera K325. It has slim candy bar design and provides 256 MB of memory capacity without any external card slot. However, how come the music phone doesn’t have any external card slot? This ugly CDMA handset also has dedicated music controls and a VGA digicam. No word on pricing and availability yet. But in my opinion, Kyocera K325 seems to be a low budget music phone since it lacks of external memory card slot.

Via EngadgetMobile.

Samsung SCH-B510

by Johan on September 29, 2006

Samsung SCH-B510

I think Samsung has an obsession with Ultra Slim Phones, that’s why the company comes with another slimmest DMB phone in the world. The new SCH-B510 measures just 8.4mm thick that makes it even slimmer. The handset also features a DMB TV tuner, an MP3 player, MicroSD slot, a 2MP digicam, Motion Detection, MS File Viewer, and 3D Messenger. No word on pricing or availability yet. More pictures after the jump!

Via Akihabaranews.

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Motorola MS800 – Cell Phone With DMB

by Johan on September 29, 2006

MS800 - The Motorola DMB

Motorola launched the MS800 in Korea, which is their latest phone that also supports DMB. With this phone, you are able to watch TV on the phone. It also has an MP3 player with 1GB of memory, a MicroSD port, a 1.3MP camera, and support for GXG (3D games), and many more features. No word on pricing yet. Check out more pictures after the jump!

Via Akihabaranews.

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MOTOKRZR K1m Launched by Verizon Wireless

by Johan on September 28, 2006

MOTOKRZR K1m Launched by Verizon Wireless

Motorola and Verizon Wireless have launched the MOTOKRZR K1m, which is the CDMA version of the K1. The Motorola K1m features a 1.9 inch 65k color display screen, a 1.3MP digicam with 4x zoom, video capture and playback, music player with both V CAST Music and MP3 support, dedicated music keys on the outside, and optional expandable microSD memory. The handset is now available online on Verizon Wireless’ website for US$199.99 with a new two-year customer agreement. Moreover, the phone will be available in Verizon Wireless stores starting on October 5 for US$199.99 after a US$50 mail-in rebate and new two-year customer agreement.

Via MobileGuerilla.

Sony Ericsson Z558 Phone

by Johan on September 28, 2006

Sony Ericsson Z558 Phone

Sony Ericsson Z558 cell phone is Sony Ericsson’s first non-Symbian phone to offer a touch screen and stylus interface. The handset is available in a sleek brushed metal and high gloss design. It comes with a bright 262k color touch screen, a 1.3MP digicam, and has 18MB of on-board memory. You can also upgrade the memory to 1GB. The touch screen interface makes it simple to input complex languages like Chinese characters. The Sony Ericsson Z558 will be available starting October 2006 in Expresso Black. Two versions will be offered, the Z558c for mainland China and the Z558i for other markets. No news on pricing yet.

Via Sony Ericsson.

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