BenQ announced that they will release BenQ E55 3G handset in Taiwan in the end of this month. The BenQ E55 is actually the successor of the previous BenQ E53 phone. This clamshell phone provides 3G data connection and has 2MP camera with the secondary video call camera at the middle of the clamshell hinge. The phone is also compatible with AAC, MP3, 3GP and MP4 media files. Other features include a 1-inch 64k colors CSTN external screen with 96 x 64 resolution, the internal 2-inch TFT screen that supports 262k colors. The BenQ E55 retails for approx. $230. [Sogi]
BenQ has launched a new phone called the C36. It features a built in FM radio, a 2’’ LCD screen with a resolution of 176×220, 1.3 Mega-pixel camera, and MicroSD. No word on the price and where it will be selling as of right now. [Akihabara] More
BenQ unveiled its new M7 3G enabled mobile phone with A-GPS support. The phone features a 2MP camera, a secondary VGA camera for making 3G video conferencing calls and an FM receiver. Other features include a microSD card slot that supports up to 2GB. There is no word on pricing or availability so far.
The old and popular BenQ-Siemens AL21 cellphone that was announced in November 2005 has now received a new color – white. As a reminder, the handset has a colorful TFT LCD screen with a resolution of 130×130 that can display 7 lines, a USB interface to transfer files, and GPRS + hands free operation function.
Here are some pics of the BenQ Siemens SF71 phone, which will be released officially in Taiwan very soon. The handset has a nice mirror-effect screen design(or fingerprint magnet). Its keypad is flat and done in metal material. More dazzling pictures after the break!
Some dudes at BenQ-Siemens design HQ unveiled three new cell phone concepts. The first concept is a snake-like phone that can wrap on your arm. It has the media player controls on the outside. The second concept comes “with non-symmetric body and ununiformed key pad.” The last concept phone comes with a full touchscreen display and sliding control bar. See more images after the break to get more details!
Via Portable Gadgets