Some friends at MobileGadgets provide us with a short video of the HTC P3600 Smartphone. What makes this smartphone special is that it features 2.8-inch touchscreen display, 2.0MP shooter, Samsung SC32442A (400MHz) processor, 64MB RAM, 128MB ROM, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, USB connectivity, and HSDPA. Need more details? So let’s watch the video (after the jump).
Video via YouTube.
We’re running a little late on this one but Sony announced their newest mirror-finish clamshell, the Z310. This triband handset (EDGE/GPRS 900/1800/1900) features the usual SMS, MMS and speakerphone capabilities, a VGA camera, Polyphonic and MP3 Music Ringtones, IR and Bluetooth connectivity, and 2 display screens: a monochromatic 96×64 pixel external display and a bigger 128×160 pixel 65,536 color internal display. The handset is available in three different colors, Jet Set Black, Blush Bronze or Lush Pink. The Z310 is sure to reflect your lifestyle whether you work hard or play hard.
Via Cell Phone News.
Here are some leaked pics of next gen Sony Ericsson phones. The photos are sharp enough that we’ll consider em real. Mobilementalism said that the phone will be dubbed the Ai W880. It is expected to be announced at the 3GSM trade event in February 2007. Two more pics after the jump!
The Sleek and stylish KE800 is the latest addition to LG’s “Chocolate” lineup. With just 9.9mm-thick, the phone boasts a TFT-LCD display, 256MB of internal memory, 2.0MP camera, an FM tuner, MicroSD card slot, Bluetooth w/A2DP, and a music player. In addition, FCC has approved this phone. Some guys at Generation Phone (French) provides us a hands-on preview of this handset after the jump.
This is the next-generation cellphone concept which features a pop-up display, 3-in-1 keys, and speakerphone functionality. There’s no email, and no Web browsing feature. Its pop-up display looks like a straight razor. Moreover, the phone provides four simple keys, each of which lets you enter three numbers. Rock the key to the left and you’ve entered one number, push it downward, there’s another and rock that key to the right, and you’ve entered another. Very simple! Check out more detailed pictures after the jump!
If you don’t care much for all the complicated camera and music functions of most modern phones, then take a look at this Willcom R9, which has trimmed off all the icing and sprinkles, leaving just a simple piece of cake that is fashionable and practical. The R9 comes in the candybar form with nice big pressable buttons that don’t constantly fear smear marks and fingerprints. The phone supports a 2-inch screen good for emails and wireless internet. Pricing and availability have not been announced yet.