Adtec has created one of the smallest bluetooth sets in history called the ADHSM10. It has two colors to choose from which are Silver and Titanium, a talktime of 3hours and 100 hours of standby, Charging time 2 hours , Communication distance of about 10 m, Compatibility Profile HSP (Headset Profile), HFP (Hands-free Profile), Power Built-in lithium-ion battery, and Security 128bit encryption / authentication PIN code. Look for this bluetooth in late January for roughly $78.
The Vero EMB-100 Solar-Powered bluetooth handsfree car kit allows you to talk wherever on one condition, you have to be in the sun or somewhere warm enough. On the upside, it allows you about 10-30 ft talking distance from a bluetooth phone in your pocket or around the car area and automatic dial with the help of the voice recognition feature. You’re gonna want more days to be sunny and warm from now on!
Samsung’s SCH-W300 a.k.a. the UFO phone is an HSDPA cell with 7.2Mbps download speed. The phone is able to download an MP3 file in 4.4 seconds or a video file in 44 seconds. This slider has a 2MP camera, Bluetooth and transportation card function. The UFO phone will be available firstly in Korea, with a suggested price of below $630.
The LX260 is a new cell phone from LG that has been approved by the FCC. This slider features a QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth connectivity, a camera, and a microSD memory slot. It’s slated to be released through Sprint sometime in the next few months. Pretty slick looking LG Phone.
T3 shows us a hands-on preview of the Vertu Ascent. In case you didn’t know, the handset has a high-resolution Sapphire Crystal display, stainless steel keys, Bluetooth, and a 20mm hands-free loudspeaker. The company claims the phone’s leather-coated rear is resistant to everything from lipstick to petrol.
Measuring at 99mm x 50mm x 12.5mm, the Sony Ericsson W910 phone sports a 2.0MP camera, 2.4-inch TFT display, 40MB internal memory, 3.6Mbps HSDPA (W910i), Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, and a M2 card slot. Watch the video after the jump.