Haier Elegance is a compact Tri-Band GSM plus MP3 player that features FM Stereo tuner, Stereo BlueTooth Transmitter, Voice Recorder, and full color OLED display with some delightful 3-D graphics. Haier Elegance is currently available in two versions. The YMP-3190 works on 900/1800/1900 Mhz, while the YMP-3850 works on 850/1900 Mhz. Haier America costs $299.95.
Some countries in Asia has officially start selling the Sony Ericsson K800i with Spiderman 3 protection case, phone skin and straps. No word on pricing yet. Hit the jump to see more pics!
Motorola MOTOROKR E6 Jay Chou edition is one of the thinnest entertainment PDA handsets that comes with orange edges and engraved with the Jay Chow logo. This handset is a must have for Hong Kong’s mobile smart mob. The edition also comes with a 2.4 inch touchscreen display, a 2.0MP camera, 3.5mm stereo headphone jack, dedicated music keysa Jay’s lanyard, a stylish pouch, a 1GB SD Card, and the exclusive Jay Chou’s ringtones and wallpapers.
The Sony Ericsson W200i works well with 900/1800/1900MHz GSM bands and comes equipped with 27MB internal memory in addition to the 256MB memory stick. Measuring 44mm x 101mm x 18mm, the handset offers 7hours of talk time and 300 hours of stand by time. Other features include a 0.3MP shooter, 1.8 inch LCD display screen with resolutions of 128×160 pixels, USB, Infrared connectivity, and POP3 email. The Sony Ericsson W200i retails for around $120.
As part of the Foma 904i series, the Mitsubishi D904i slider phone boasts a 2.8 inch QVGA display (240 x 400) showing 260,000 colors, 3.2MP camera, Micro SD card slot for memory expansion, GPS, and full HTML browser. The D904i also has the built in six axis motion sensors, which means it can detect inclination, revolution and horizontal displacement. Other features include FM Radio with transmitter, voice commands and Felica compatibility for payments. No word on pricing and availability yet.
The highly anticipated Nokia N75 has finally debuted on AT&T. This 3G handset will be available for $199.99 for a 2-year service agreement, and $399 for the retail price. Read the list of specs after the jump!
Via Engadget Mobile