The K620i is Sony Ericsson’s latest multimedia phone, which features a 1.9 inch QCIF+ display, 3.2MP shooter, 100MB of internal memory, an M2 card slot, Bluetooth technology, a music player, and USB 2.0 connectivity. Weighing 92 grams, the K620i is the size and weight of a typical 2G stick phone and will be one of the smallest and lightest 3G phones to come on the market. It is also quite sexy in its blue little outfit. This candybar phone is rumored to have dual cameras. Sadly, pricing and availability have not yet been announced. But, we will keep you posted on more info about this sleek phone when it is available.
Camouflage is damn cool! Check out the new Sony-Ericsson Z530i which comes in styling black or pink camo and is perfect for those of you who are street soldiers.
The phone features VGA camera, MP3 player, and Bluetooth technology. Also included is a limited edition Skullcandy HESH headphones in a matching camouflage design. These headphones come with 50mm High Explosive power drivers and sound-boosting parabolic ear-cups to produce studio quality sound.
Sony Ericsson has also partnered with Boost Mobile to create a pre-paid pack, which features the covers and matching headphones. This pack retails for US$179.
Some guys behind MobileMag give us a video preview of LG’s new VX9900 (enV). Just a recap, this sleek phone features a 2.0MP shooter, Bluetooth connectivity, miniSD card slot, and a host of productivity applications. Need more details? Watch the video after the jump!
Motorola’s has just began shipping their Motofone F3 handset to India. This is the first Motorola phone to feature an e-paper screen with ClearVision Display (CVD) technology. It also features a RAZR-style keypad and a built-in speakerphone. Pricing has not yet been announced. Via RegHardware.
It’s a basic greyscale display with a high resolution, wide viewing angle, non-volatile panel – it retains what’s on screen even when the power goes. It’s also consumes much less power than a standard backlit LCD, and there’s no glass to break
Nokia announced the Nokia 6290, its latest 3G cell phone based on the S60 3rd Edition (Symbian) platform. Touted as a mid-range 3G phone, the phone features a 2.2 inch QVGA color screen capable of displaying 16 million colors, a 2MP camera with 4X digital zoom and MP3 player. The bundled email client comes with an attachment viewer that can handle PPT, PDF, Word and Excel documents. This smartphone also allows you to set up multiple alarms and an interactive world travel application. And there is one more thing that you should know. Using this handset, you can also enjoy 2-way video calling on the phone via the internet.
Nokia claims the 6290’s battery has a talk time of 3.5 hours and standby time of 10 days. The handset will start shipping in Q1 2007 for an estimated price of US$427.
Samsung released their newest phone, the SPH-B5800, which is slated for a Korean release. This slider phone reminds me of LG Chocolate. What do you think? However, the phone boasts a 2MP camera, an MP3 player, a micro SD port, DMB features (Mobile TV), and Bluetooth. Sadly, there is no word on when the SPH-B5800 will be available on the State.