Cingular is now offering LG’s CU400, the 3G Internet and video phone. It is the first phone from Cingular, which support a push-to-talk function allowing you to speak with up to 30 people.
The phone also supports the ultra fast UMTS data transmission for downloads, music clips, and email. With Cingular video service feature, you can watch video, TV, news, and more. Other specs include 4x zoom & video VGA camera, Bluetooth connectivity, MPEG4 and RealVideo support, MobiTV & MobiRadio, Quad-band world phone with domestic UMTS, and more. Its battery has up to 5 hours of talk time with up to 12 days of standby time.
Measuring 3.36 inches x 1.89 inches x .90 inches and weighing just 3.27 ounces, the CU400 is now available from Cingular for US$230 at retail or US$30 with a two-year agreement plan.
LG’s entry-level CU400 handset has just been released on Cingular Wireless. This phone supports a VGA camera, Bluetooth connectivity, video playback capabilities, and push-to-talk. You can get this phone with your US$30 (after contract + rebates).
Motorola iDEN TRS camera phone i860 allows you to take pictures with its 0.3MP digital camera with x4 zoom, and send the pictures right away by simply pushing Push To Talk button even without wireless Internet access. You can even record and play video for up to 10 seconds. Other features include a built-in GPS, micro browser, picture caller ID, and Java program support. No word on pricing and availability yet.
Via Aving USA.
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Launched by Sprint Nextel on the iDEN Nextel network, the Motorola i580 features a 1.3MP camera with video recording capability, Bluetooth connectivity, a microSD card slot, GPS, Push-To-Talk, and a 176 x 220 262k color screen. Grab this cell phone now for $229.99 from Sprint Nextel with a 2-year agreement.
Via Mobile Tracker.