According to Virgin Mobile, the new Helio Ocean 2 handset will be launched this quarter and might go on sale starting February. This next-generation Helio Ocean will come in a dual-sliding form factor and sport a 3 megapixel camera, 30 fps video recording, 1 GB storage, microSDHC card slot for memory expansion, touch-sensitive directional pad, Flash support, and PC sync support. No word on pricing at this time. [Unwiredview]
Helio has just developed the Samsung-like Mysto. Which is a rebranded Samsung U600 that comes with 2.2″ QVGA display, microSD memory card slot, Stereo Bluetooth connectivity, Haptic feedback, Integrated GPS receiver, 2 megapixel camera, 100MB internal memory, and Full HTML browsing capabilities. You can purchase your own Mysto now for $149.
CrunchGear shows us a pic of the upcoming Helio Mysto phone. There is no release date info or specs so far, however the image vaguely says something about $150. It is probably the phone’s price tag.
Helio released the Fin a.k.a. Samsung A513 in the US. It is the slimmest flip handset which measures a mere 0.45″ thick. The phone manages to pack in a 3MP shooter, dedicated music controls, 100MB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot, support for AAC, MP3, MPEG 4, and H.264 file formats, GPS connectivity, and the ability to access RSS feeds from the handset. The Helio Fin retails for $175 and is available online and at retail stores.
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Here is a picture of the new Helio smartphone prototype. If they get this done, it will be very cool. That’s all we know right now.
Here is the video showing the Helio Ocean slider that comes jam packed with a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 2.0MP shooter, microSD card slot, and 200MB of built-in memory. Hit the jump to watch the video.