KTF Korea has recently announced that they will be released both the EV-W200 and EV-K200 cellphones in Korea. The EV-W200 boasts a 2MP camera, an integrated MP3 player, video phone capability, an electronic dictionary, and Bluetooth connectivity, while the EV-K200 sports a 1.3MP camera, MP3 playback, a Collins English dictionary, and Bluetooth capability.
LG will release this month the new version LG-KU970 which will come with high speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) technology. With the elegant metallic case, the Shine 3G will be featured a 2MP camera, VGA camera for video calls, Bluetooth 2.0 and MP3 player. The handset features a superfast download speeds of 3.5 MB per second using HSDPA. It means that it can download a 3MB MP3 file in just several seconds. The LG KU970 a.k.a. LG Shine 3G will be available in Australia and Singapore early this month.
Developed in Mainland China, the Du-635 Super Radio Phone is equipped with a giant speaker on its backside. The Super Radio Phone has a small digital display and a select few buttons on the back that let you choose your favorite AM or FM radio station (or MP3s). Other specs include a color display, microSD expansion slot, a suite of productivity software, and a 1.3MP camera. This dual-band GSM Super Radio Phone is available in Taiwan for approx. $125.
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The Sony Ericsson W200i works well with 900/1800/1900MHz GSM bands and comes equipped with 27MB internal memory in addition to the 256MB memory stick. Measuring 44mm x 101mm x 18mm, the handset offers 7hours of talk time and 300 hours of stand by time. Other features include a 0.3MP shooter, 1.8 inch LCD display screen with resolutions of 128×160 pixels, USB, Infrared connectivity, and POP3 email. The Sony Ericsson W200i retails for around $120.
In case you didn’t know, the Nokia 6300 features a 2-inch QVGA display, 2.0MP camera with 8x zoom, 7.8MB internal memory, a microSD card slot, EDGE, Bluetooth 2.0, an integrated FM tuner, and a media player. TrustedReviews has a comprehensive review of this handset. Here is the verdict.
Internal memory is a bit short and Nokia should have bundled a larger microSD card to compensate and a mini USB cable. But in general this is a solid and understated mid-range phone that deserves to be popular.
Here is the preview video showing the Sony Ericsson K610i phone. It is the company’s first i-mode enabled handset that sports a 1.9-inch QCIF+ display, 2.0MP camera, 16MB internal memory, M2 card slot, Bluetooth, music player, and USB connectivity. Video after the break!