We have two leaked pictures of a new Sony Ericsson W910i/W890i Walkman Phone which is an upgraded version of the Sony Ericsson W850i. The specs are still unknown, however, it is rumored to have features such as a 2MP shooter, dedicated music controls, memory card slot. The phone should be available in both 3G/non-3G version. Stay tuned for more info!
TrustedReviews has a comprehensive review of the LG KE970 phone. Just a reminder, the handset comes equipped with a TFT-LCD display, 2.0MP shooter, brushed aluminum accents, 1GB of built-in memory, and music player. Here is the verdict.
The Shine is one of most obvious examples of the triumph of design over usability that I’ve seen in a long while. It looks stunning, but is simply too difficult to use.
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The Philips 598 is a music phone preloaded with applications for ladies including women’s diary and calendar, buying list, discounts manager, price table, personal card info, body weight index and basal metabolic rate measurement.
The handset runs on GSM Triband 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz and comes with a 1.8 inch TFT 262K colors display with 176 x 220 resolution, a 1.3MP camera, 128MB of built-in memory, micro SD slot for memory expansion up to 1GB and support WAP browser, IrDA, USB and Bluetooth connectivity.
Samsung has teamed up with singer Beyoncé Knowles (an 11 time Grammy Winner) to promote the Samsung Ultra Music F300 mobile phone. Beyonce will soon be participating in Samsung’s TV commercials, advertisements, global concert tours, and other co-promotional activities. In addition, Samsung will be releasing its Ultra Music TV commercial starring Beyonce in April. The Samsung F300 Ultra Music phone will be preloaded with Beyonce’s latest hit “Irreplaceable”.
The Pantech SKY IM-S200K is a slider cell phone designed specifically as a music phone, but it comes equipped with a 1.3-megapixel camera, an iPod style wheel, dual UI’s (home + business), and a plethora of multimedia functions. No word on pricing yet.
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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.