Samsung has collaborated with Mercedes-Benz to launch a joint promotional campaign for its SCH-C220 “Miniskirt” phone. The cell phone sports Bluetooth technology, GPS navigation system (only for SKT and KTF users), and a 2.0MP digital camera. FYI, the SCH-C220 is actually a local version of the Samsung Ultra Edition 10.9. Mercedes Benz will include a Samsung Miniskirt phone as standard equipment in select high-end vehicles sold in Korea, including the S-Class, SL-Class, SLK-Class, E-Class, AMG and Roadster models. The phone can automatically connect with the telematics system of the Mercedes-Benz vehicles via Bluetooth technology. This feature lets drivers to talk on the phone using an on board microphone and speakers.
Via Far East Gizmos
The famous Motorola StarTac phone was released in 1996. The phone is now coming back to life in Korea as StarTac III a.k.a. MS900. The new Startac phone features NATE GPS, a 2 inch QVGA screen that can support 260K colors, and 128MB of internal memory. The company claims that the handset has 160 minutes of talk time and 300 hours of stand-by time (or more than 12 days). Other features include MP3 player, external LED for notifications, and a speaker phone. The Motorola StarTac III will be available later this year.
Nokia has released a new commercial video for their upcoming N95 cellphone. We have mentioned this phone several months ago. Just a recap, the handset features a 2.6-inch QVGA display, 5.0MP camera, 150MB built-in memory, microSD card slot, GPS and 802.11g Wi-Fi support, HSDPA, ATI 3D graphics chip, dedicated music keys, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Check out the video after the jump!
Video courtesy of YouTube.
We have mentioned this Sky IM-S130 several months ago. And now, some guys behind Citizen show us the phone’s video preview. This sleek handset provides a 2.2-inch TFT display, 2.0MP digicam, integrated GPS navigation, a music player, and a host of other multimedia features. Lets watch the video after the jump to see what it like!
Some friends from Slashphone give us a first-look at Helio’s Drift. Priced at just US$225, the phone features a vibrant 2.12-inch TFT display, a 2.0MP shooter, EVDO, and a built-in GPS receiver. What makes it special is that the device ships with Google maps, and an integrated GPS module.
Check out this Pantech Curitel IM-S130K for the Sky network in Korea. It boasts a 2.2MP digicam, TFT display, integrated GPS navigation, a music player, and a host of other multimedia features. The handset is now available only in Korea. No word on pricing yet.
Via Akihabara News.