A company called Greenhouse Japan just released a phone unit called the GH-UPE1 that plugs right into your computer’s USB port and allows you to use Skype directly on this unit. For anyone using Skype, this phone is a great tool. Info via NewLaunches.
JP Morgan analysts say that Apple will be launching an iTunes compatible, Mp3 playing mobile phone by the end of 2006. Pictured is a conceptual design of the phone and not an actual picture. Info via T3.
The Samsung SPH-S4300 Mobile Phone also doubles as an Mp3 Player and Camera. If that’s not enough, it’s also an FM Radio and Video Player. The SPH-S4300 comes with a 1 GB Flash Memory Card. Info via The Gadget Blog.
The new LG MG810 is being considered by many to be the first serious competition to the popular Motorola Razr phones. At only 14.6 mm in width, the tri-band GSM/GPRS Bluetooth phone has a 1.3 megapixel camera, can record videos and play flash movies, and is also possibly an MP3 player. The most unique feature of the phone is that the keys respond to the heat from your fingers, so don’t expect any accidental key pressing. The phone is expected to go on sale before the end of September, 2006. Info via MobileFanatic.
This phone with a odd name will be getting more and more popular up to its release date, although there is none it seems more people are taking interest to this cool looking phone. With a 2.0-megapixel camera, MP3 playback, microSD card slot, PictBridge, USB, and headphone jack who wouldn’t want this phone.
Both T-Mobile and Cingular pulled the Motorola RAZR from sale last Thursday due to some issues with call-dropping. Well the RAZR is back without the problems. And if you have a defective unit it’s a good time to trade it in now.