The Nokia Aeon has a similar design to the Synaptics Onyx. The concept phone will feature a full surface touch screen display that replaces the traditional keypad. Its uniquely design gives this concept phone an extremely sleek and sexy look. Nokia should use a perfect material that does not attract fingerprints on Aeon’s touch screen display; otherwise, you will probably spend half your time wiping it. Two more pictures after the jump!
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Here are some shots of the upcoming Verizon LG 9900. Find out three more pics after the jump.
Nokia 5500 phone was designed to withstand the toughest of sports activities. This rugged phone features a convenient bicycle holder, fitness carrying strap, 512MB SD card, sports headset, and liquid/dirt resistant casing. The 5500 Sport Music Edition costs you a whopping US$444 or around €350 without contract.
Samsung FX is a phone with “5.1-channel audio” output. But it’s not actually 5.1 channel audio since it doesn’t have five speakers and a tiny subwoofer that you keep in your pocket. It’s a kind of a virtual surround technology that decodes six channels of sound to make you feel like the sound is coming from behind you. The FX is a slim slider phone with a 2.4 inch display screen. The handset has a 2MP digicam and also a VGA camera for video calling, DMB for digital TV, WiFi, a microSD/TransFlash expansion slot, and probably Bluetooth support. No word on pricing or availability yet.
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The D-Link V-Click phone allows you to switch between tri-band 900/1800/1900MHz GSM/GPRS network or unspecified 802.11 WiFi to make low cost VoIP calls at the push of a button. This baby costs US$600. No word yet on availability. The D-Link V-Click phone also features the bundled Opera Mobile browser and 176×220 pixel display
FCC has approved the Motorola FOMA M702iG cell phone. The M702iG is geared up for mobile internet and offers a full-featured email client. FOMA, which stands for Freedom of Mobile databox Access, is based on W-CDMA standards, so you can imagine blazing speeds when accessing data on this cell phone. Moreover, the phone also supports video calling and a 2MP camera. Other features on the M702iG include Bluetooth connectivity, infra red, English-Japanese dictionaries, and support for microSD memory cards. No word on pricing and availability yet.