The Nokia N83 works well at GSM Quadband 850/900/1800/1900 and WCDMA. It boasts a 2.5 inch TFT display, 5.0MP camera, secondary VGA camera, 4GB HDD, microSD card slot, Bluetooth 2.0, music player, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, built-in FM tuner, and USB 2.0 connectivity. No word on pricing. Check for more pictures after the jump!
The FCC has approved the Sony Ericsson Z550 cell phone. Available in a brushed-metal finish, the Z550 features a 1.3MP digicam with 4x digital zoom. It also provides an FM radio receiver, along with a media player capable of handling MP3/AAC files. The Sony Ericsson Z550 is on target for a Q3 2006 release.
LG introduced in Korea its card phone, LG-SB610, which looks like Samsung SGH-P130 card phone. It has a 2 inch display with a 170° view angle, an MP3 player, video capabilities, and a DMB TV tuner. No word on pricing yet. One more picture after the jump.
Via Aving USA.
Pantech launched in Korea the company’s newest cell phone, the IN-S130, which is only 15.9 mm and features a 3.3MP digicam, and a MicroSD port. The handset supports for MS Office and the PDF format. Pantech IN-S130 also has a GPS and an autonomous GPS (connection to the network is not necessary). One more picture after the jump!
Samsung 804SS features two cameras (the primary 1.3MP camera, and the secondary 0.3MP camera), music player, dedicated music keys, 2.3 inch TFT-LCD display, USB connectivity, Bluetooth connectivity, and Macromedia Flash support. It measures just 50.5 mm x 99 mm x 14.9 mm and weighs in at 105 grams. Watch a video presentation after the jump.
The new Philips S660 music phone is probably made for low end users. Measuring 101 mm x 43 mm x 18 mm, this candy bar phone has a poor 65k colors CSTN display screen, 128MB internal memory, and USB connectivity. The phone works well at GSM Dual band (900 / 1800 MHz). Additional memory card slot is not supported.