From the monthly archives:

January 2009

Nokia Strapup Phone

by Johan on January 31, 2009

Nokia Strapup Phone

Nokia comes back with their new concept phone. This wearable phone is a perfect tool for those who prefer gestures over text or voice. Actually, it is not a phone, but it is a device that translates your body movements into predefined text and transmits it to others automatically. [The Design Blog]

Samsung S3500 Entry Level Handset

by Isaiah on January 30, 2009

Samsung S3500

Samsung will soon release its new entry-level slider phone dubbed as the S3500. The phone was recently approved by the FCC, which means AT&T or T-Mobile might consider launching it in the US. The phone will feature a QVGA display with 262K colors, 2MP camera, 35MB of internal memory, MicroSD card support, FM radio, Music player, WAP browser, email, Bluetooth and USB connection. Unfortunately, there’s still no word on pricing and availability yet. [Ubergizmo]

Casio CA001 Full Touchscreen Handset

by Johan on January 30, 2009

Casio CA001 Full Touchscreen Handset

The Casio CA001 comes jam packed with a 3.1 inch WVGA touchscreen display, a 5MP camera with autofocus, e-wallet support and video/audio-on-demand. What makes the handset cool is that it comes with a full touchscreen display, so you can use the phone without the need ot keypad. The Casio CA001 measures 50mm x 109mm x 17.8mm and weights at 122 grams. [PhoneArena]

Nokia E71 Receives New Colors

by Johan on January 30, 2009

Nokia E71 Receives New Colors

Nokia is ready to release two new colors of Nokia E71 handset. The phone is now available in red and black. However, the online shop still limits purchase options to silver or white. The new red and black E71 will be limited to the European region only at this time. I hope AT&T will release this handset in the US very soon. [Nokia Europe]

Hitachi Wooo Ketai H001 Phone

by Johan on January 29, 2009

Hitachi Wooo Ketai H001 Phone

The Hitachi Wooo Ketai H001 is a new 5MP camera phone. This AU handset from KDDI Japan also features a 3D display for both videos and photos, a 3.1 inch display at 845 x 480 resolution, microSD memory card slot, 1Seg TV tuner support, and e-wallet support. There is no word on pricing of this Japan-only handset. Stay tuned for more updates. [Gizmodo]

Kyocera NS01 First Real ‘Belt’ Phone

by Johan on January 29, 2009

Kyocera NS01 First Real 'Belt' Phone

Mobile phone manufacturer Kyocera claims its new Kyocera NS01 as the first real “belt” phone. What makes the NS01 special is that it has an integrated belt, so you can easily bring the phone wherever you go. The NS01 is currently available at AU and features a 2.8 QVGA screen, a 1.97MP camera, and e-wallet. [Akihabara]

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