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Sonim XP2 Spirit Cell Phone

February 23, 2010 | Cellular Phones

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Rugged and tough, the Sonim XP2 Spirit Cell Phone is designed for the avid adventurer. Stylish enough to use at work, the XP2 Spirit is made to be used and abused outdoors. This Sonim 3G-capable cell phone is the latest addition to the company’s Xtreme Performance series. With a unique octagonal shape to better withstand drops, the XP2 Spirit features a high-quality magnesium core, and comes with a waterproof outer shell made from hardened rubber, fiberglass and nylon, as well as a GORE-TEX covered speaker for extra protection against the elements. Other features include 3-megapixel camera with LED flash, a suite of Java applications and a multimedia player and a 2″ high resolution display. Sonim.

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Conmax All-in-One Bluetooth Remote Control

February 20, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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Introduced at the House Brand Fair 2006 in Korea the Conmax All-in-One Bluetooth Remote Control stands out with its Bluetooth connectivity ability. With this new option you can communicate with other Bluetooth devices. Another cool option is the easily visible 2.2” LCD great for any kind of visual. Watch for the Conmax All-in-One Bluetooth Remote Control to be out this October.

(ubergizmo)

Pantech SKY IM-U110 Jukebox phone

February 20, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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Equipped with 1GB of on-board flash memory Pantech’s SKY IM-U110 Jukebox phone holds enough music to keep you entertained for hours. The Jukebox phone features include a spectrum equalizer, 17-pi stereo speakers, 3D sound and a QVGA 260k color TFT LCD. External music controls are touch sensitive for easier accessibility. The Pantech SKY IM-U110 Jukebox phone also sports an impressive 2-megapixel autofocus CMOS camera. This one's a keeper!

(ubergizmo)

T-Mobile Chocolate camera cell phone

February 16, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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No reason for the yummy name unless the T-Mobile Chocolate camera cell phone really was edible! The Chocolate Phone isn't packed with feautures but one cool thing is its built-in media player which also supports video playback. Cons include the small 128x128 LCD display which doesn't make watching videos very fun and the low 32 MB embedded memory. Sorry, no EDGE or GPRS support in this phone folks!

(ubergizmo)

Samsung SGH-Z710 camera cellular phone

February 15, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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The Samsung SGH-Z710 3G features a sweet 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus for taking those pics that usually turn out blurry. The SGH-Z710 camera cellular phone has a swivel screen for easy picture taking. The smart sized QVGA display and large amount of memory ensures the Z710 its place as a stand out against the competition. Phone supports TV output and MP3/AAC/AAC+/e-AAC+ playback. Watch for the Samsung SGH-Z710 camera cellular phone to storm Europe mid 2006.

(ubergizmo)

BenQ-Siemens EF51 music camera cellular phone

February 14, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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The BenQ-Siemens EF51 music cellphone is a music device with an integrated camera cellular phone. Use the large keys to play, pause etc. your favorite music. The cellular phone keys are all hidden under the exterior flap. The EF51 comes with an FM radio, supports MP3, WMA, AAC and AAC+ formats, and can even record your favorite radio show to MP3 with storage space depending on the size of your SD card offcourse. The EF51 will be available in both black and white around mid 2006, but no price has yet been confirmed. With the EF51 music cellphone it's music first, conversation second!

(ubergizmo)

camera cellular phone - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-M2

February 10, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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The less boxy Cyber-shot DSC-M2, $500, happens to be Sony's second-generation M-series hybrid camera. This camera cellular phone has some new features like the MPEG-4 VGA movie mode which is top notch, a 1GB Memory Stick that holds about 45 minutes of video, built-in photo album, and an enhanced slide show feature. Same features that the older M1 and M2 both share include cameras with a 5.1 Megapixel CCD, 3X optical zoom lens, rotating 2.5" LCD display, and a nice movie mode with stereo sound recording. Pretty pricy, you can get any decent point-and-shoot digicams that come with 30fps VGA video for less. But still a sharp camera cellular phone none the less!

(dcresource)

rectangular cell phone headset - Nokia BH-800 Bluetooth

February 10, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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This new cell phone headset is light, unless you can't handle a third of an ounce, (then get the optional ear loop) and will fit any Nokia cell phone. The Nokia BH-800 Bluetooth, $140, features include on-board volume control, 160 hours of standby time or two hours of talk time, Bluetooth 2.0 support, and all Handsfree 1.5 and Headset 1.1 standards. Get it soon in either black or white colors.

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new cellular phone - NEC N500iS

February 8, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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NEC just announced it's new cellular phone, an ultra-thin 2.5G clamshell camera cellular phone. The NEC N500iS is thin, comes with a 1.9" 65k color high-resolution internal display and a smaller OLED external screen. Other features include Bluetooth and USB connectivity for easy picture printing when using the 1.3 Megapixel CMOS camera. Lastly this camera cellular phone features real-time video streaming and MP3/AAC music player capability. Pricing, specs and availability are yet to come. For more info on this new cellular phone check out the Nec N500iS Press release.

(ubergizmo)

Cingular's new 8125 cellphone

February 7, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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Cingular Wireless has launched the 8125 for business channels. The Cingular 8125 is simply the carrier's version of the HTC Wizard or T-Mobile MDA. Features include Quad-band GSM plus EDGE, Bluetooth and WiFi, a MiniSD card slot, 128MB SDRAM, 64MB flash, a 1.3 megapixel camera, and a slide out QWERTY keyboard. You'll find them for $449.99 and there is also a version available without a camera. No news on when the device will launch for consumers.

(mobiletracker)

Treo 700p smartphone

February 6, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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This Treo 700p smartphone is not out yet but check out this sneak peak. A major difference includes an upgrade to 62.8MB compared to the 32MB on the Treo 650. Phone will include pTunes, SprintTV, Documents to Go 8, and the Blazer 4.5 browser all visualized on a 320 x 320 screen with 1.3 megapixels.

(ubergizmo)

cell phones allowed on airplanes

January 31, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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Starting this December you be able to use your cell phone while flying. The US feds will allow onboard satellite uplinks on airplanes, while also making flights much more chatty and annoying off course.

(gizmodo)

CX 200 Portable Director II cellphone jammer

January 31, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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This CX 200 Portable Director II cellphone jammer can issue a complete cell phone jam that blankets an entire area up to 70 seconds. This may be a good idea for all anti-cellphone using institutions like schools, librarys and health clubs. You can also use it to end your own calls discreetly instead of needing an excuse. They sell for $70 in Japan exclusively.

(ubergizmo)

Vk Mobile Vk2000 - world's lightest mobile phone

January 10, 2006 | Cellular Phones

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The Vk Mobile Vk2000 weighs only 48g! Off course manufacturers accomplished this by removing almost all the non-essential features. The next version up, the VK2010, weighs just a couple grams more but fits in MP3 and AAC playback, a 65,000-colour screen and Bluetooth. Cool.

(T3)

Nano Phone Concept

October 20, 2005 | Cellular Phones

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This mobile phone concept uses the most recent modern technologies. For example, the entire face surface of this phone is a color sensor display, the standard position of the phone is vertical, but it can be turned horizontally to watch video, Bluetooth 2 enables synchronization with your computer, and a fuel cell-based battery feeds the telephone with electricity. Charging the battery requires laying it in a wireless special pad (the SplashPower technology). Wow! the future looks awesome!

(Yanko Design)

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