T-Mobile will launch their new Sidekick ID. A phone rumored to be the slimmed down version of the SideKick3. Unfortunately, the Sidekick ID does not have Bluetooth, MP3 Player, digital camera, or a microSD slot. However, the gadget sports AIM, Yahoo!, MSN, and web browser. It retails for $150 with a $50 mail in rebate.
MobilitySite via YouTube shows us the ASUS Aries that features a 520MHz Intel XScale processor, 2.0MP camera, secondary VGA camera, and Windows Mobile 6. Hit the jump to watch the video!
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The Kyocera E1000 camera phone comes jam packed with a 1.3MP camera, a large QCIF+ TFT display and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. FYI, the handset also uses CDMA2000 1xRTT technology and will be available by summer 2007. No word on pricing yet.
Motorola comes back with two new handsets. The first handset is Motorola W385 that comes armed with a snap and share integrated camera and an in-built GPS system. The second model is the Motorola W355 which boasts an integrated FM radio and a stylish design. Motorola W385 and W355 should be made available by the first half of 2007.
Motorola’s Motorokr Z6m is also called as ‘the multi-modal slider’. The phone has 2.0MP digital camera with landscape viewing, and a 3.5mm headset jack. This mobile phone also sports stereo Bluetooth wireless technology and high speed USB 2.0 connectivity and up to 2GB of removable memory. The Motorola’s Z6m will be launched in the first half of 2007.
The Nokia 5700 XpressMusic is a stylish multimedia phone which features a 2.0MP digital camera, a microSD slot (2GB included), Bluetooth with A2DP support, and integrated speakers. No word on pricing and availability. More images after the break!