FCC has approved the ASUS P525 quad-band PDA phone. This phone is available in Taiwan about 2 months back in June. It features 416MHz Intel XScale processor, 128MB Flash ROM and 64MB SDRAM, 2.8 inch, 240 x 320 pixels, 65,000 TFT screen, 2MP camera with auto focus and flash light, miniSD card slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, push e-mail, and voice recognition feature. It measures 116.8 mm x 59 mm x 19 mm and weights 159.5 grams.
AsusTek revealed their new slim camera mobile phone, Asus V80 which is one of the slimmest mobile phones in today’s market. It boasts a 2.0 Inch TFT LCD with resolutions of 176 x 220 pixels, 2.0MP built-in digital camera with auto focus function, flashlight, and macro shot. Macro shot feature allows you to get a 10cm close-up shot. Other features include MP3, MPEG4 video record, FM radio, speaker amplifier, flight mode and song lyrics. It has also a 55MB of built-in memory with mini SD memory card slot for extra storage. In addition, its phone book can store up to 1000 numbers and 9 quick dials. AsusTek claims that Asus V80 has an up to 5 hours of talking time. The V80 works well at 850/900/1800/1900 GSM networks.
Asus J206 has the similar design as iPod. Asus J206 supports MP3, AAC, and WAV format with 12 hours of continuous music playback. It features 60 MB of internal memory and a microSD slot which allows you to put up to 2 GB of music on the phone. This is a slider phone, with USB connectivity and a headphone jack built right in. Bundled with the phone is a Music Manager, an iTunes like music syncing program. Asus provides its own music manager to let you sync the music from your PC to phone. Via Slashphone.
This phone with a odd name will be getting more and more popular up to its release date, although there is none it seems more people are taking interest to this cool looking phone. With a 2.0-megapixel camera, MP3 playback, microSD card slot, PictBridge, USB, and headphone jack who wouldn’t want this phone.