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Cell Phones

Samsung SGH-X820 Cell Phone

by FreshEffect on May 9, 2006

Samsung SGH-X820 Cell Phone
Samsung has just unveiled their SGH-X820 cell phone or also known as the “Ultra Slim Phone” as Samsung likes to call it. The SGH-X820 measures at 6.99mm in thickness which makes it the worlds thinnest phone. The very small SGH-X820 also features a 2 megapixel camera, MP3 playback, Bluetooth connectivity and TV output. Which will be out in some countries soon. Via Mobile Korea and Engadget.

The Qtek 8500 (STRTrk)

by Johan on May 8, 2006

The Qtek 8500 or STRTrk

HTC recently launched the Qtek 8500 dubbed the STRTrk. It is small, thick, and also light at around 3 ounces. It has a 1.3 megapixel camera, and its 320×240 LED-backlit screen is 2.2 inches across. It has the ability to syncronize with Microsoft Outlook, Word and PowerPoint files. It’s also equipped with Bluetooth and can handle WMA, MP3 or AAC files in its microSD memory extension. Available in two colors, pink and black. According to Gadget Candy, STRTrk will be available from mid-June for €499 (around £342).

Motorola PVOT phone

by Johnick on May 6, 2006

Motorola Pvot

Who says a cell phone has to cost a lot of money? The new Motorola PVOT phone is run by AA rechargeable batteries and is powered by cranking the left side of the phone 360 degrees, like a lever. The phone is aimed at people in developing countries. It is not yet known as to when this phone will go into production as it is still being designed and the concept being tested. Info via NewLaunches.

Samsung SGH-E900

by FreshEffect on May 4, 2006

Samsung SGH-E900

Check out this new slider from Samsung. The SGH-E900 features a 2.0 megapixel camera, 80MB of memroy, , microSD slot, USB connectivity, Bluetooth support, TV-output, and EDGE data transfer. The music player will support MP3, AAC, AAC+, AAC+(e), and WMA. Samsung will be launching its SGH-E900 in Europe and Russia/CIS markets this month. Via Akihabara.

The Upcoming Sony Ericsson W950i

by Johan on May 3, 2006


The W950i and W900i are both 3G phones which optimized for music playback. Sony Ericsson has returned to the conventional candy-bar form factor for the W950i. It is the Symbian UIQ operating system, previously available only on the P-series phones such as the P910i and the upcoming P990i. W950i is smaller than the P-series mobiles and slightly more pocketable than the M600i. It has a massive 4GB storage capacity. The W950i comes with USB, infrared and Bluetooth but not Wi-Fi, which is currently available in only a few selected handsets like the Nokia N80 and Dopod 577W. The W950i produces good sound reproduction through the speakers. The large 262K-color QVGA (320 x 240-pixel) screen is transflective and very bright, usable even in direct sunlight. It is expected to be available in the third quarter of 2006. For more information you can visit SonyEricsson.