Mark Levinson is famous in the up-market for it’s audio systems and Lexux with sound system installed. Now he unites with LG on this, “The Rhapsody in Music Phone.” LG-LB3300, slider with LED-lit touch-wheel for some lights on, 1GB of built-in memory (expandable with 4GB), 2-inch LCD, 2 megapixel camera, a DMB television tuner for Korea, and Bluetooth A2DP stereo audio with the ability to stream to two listeners in parallel.
They say, it also can make calls.
Take a look at this interesting video — woman with long nails versus Apple iPhone. She was asked to type something in Notes, but as you can see, it is a real task. Does it hurt actually?
A special edition of the Sony Ericsson Z310 was launched by Vodafone Europe. It is designed by Ágatha Ruiz
a renowned and popular spanish fashion designer. The phone has hangeable faceplates and wallpapers designed by ‘la Prada’.
It costs around € 89 ($ 132) and looks like a nice Christmas present.
Samsung is introducing two new cams that go into the budget category. The 7-megapixel S760 and the 8-megapixel S860. They both feature the 38-105mm-equivalent 3x lens, supported by the camera’s sensitivity-bumping, shutter-quickening digital image stabilization, face-detecting autofocus/auto-exposure mode and a variety of on-camera photo-editing options.
Samsung’s 7-megapixel S760 and the 8-megapixel S860 will sell for $170 and $180 since January 2008.
The Sonim XP1 from Sonim Technologies is an IP-54 certified, Bluetooth and Push-To-Talk enabled GSM phone offered with an unconditional 3 year warranty and a lifetime warranty with immediate in-store replacement if needed.
The phone is certified to be shock, water, wind, dust, dirt and extreme temperatures proof.
Bob Plaschke, CEO of Sonim : “If you’re standing on a construction site with a welding tool in your hand, or are sitting in a catamaran with a hard wind in your face, you really don’t need a fashion accessory nor a multimedia monster, you need a dependable working tool like the new XP1, built for extreme conditions. The Sonim XP1 doesn’t die when exposed to the elements, can be dropped, kicked, tossed into a toolbox or backpack, seen and heard in bright/dark and noisy conditions, and provides reliable voice, push-to-talk and data services.”
The World’s toughest tour started in Stockholm on December 3rd, and the tour will stop by Örebro, Eskilstuna, Västerås, Norrköping, Jönköping, Göteborg, Halmstad, Helsingborg, Malmö and Uppsala before it ends in Stockholm on December 23rd.
See incredible torture tests videos inside of this article. We are really impressed down here. [more]
Samsung presents F250, this stylish and elegant slider comes with a metallic keyboard, FM Radio, music control keys on the front and up to 2GB memory card support for your audio tracks.
- 1.3 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom
- 2″, 128×160 px, 65K color TFT display
- FM Radio
- Bluetooth 2.0 A2DP
- USB 2.0 High Speed
- 20 MB of built-in memory
- microSD (up to 2GB) memory card support
- 800 mAh battery
- Dimensions: 94×46×17.5mm
- Weight: 96g
It costs between 180 and 200 Euro, hits the stores really soon.
Nokia 3G 6263 handset is out now and it looks like a version of european 6267. It has 2.2-inch QVGA display though, as well as the same built-in Bluetooth, microSD card slot, FM radio, internet and music-playing packs. But theu have changed camera — it’s 1.3 megapixels. not 2. Available at T-Mobile, ladies and gentlemen.
Nokia came up with two announces. First one is about ‘ Nokia Comes With Music’, a program that allows you to buy a Nokia device with a year of unlimited access to millions of tracks from a range of great artists.
The second announcement was about the new eco-friendly 3110 Evolve. This mobile device features bio-covers made from more than 50% renewable material. It is packaged in a small bundle made of 60% recycled content and it comes with Nokia’s most energy efficient charger yet, using 94% less energy than the Energy Star requirements.Nokia’s 3110 Evolve looks like the 3110 classic. It features a 1.3-megapixel cam, FM radio, and a tri-band GSM radio.
No word on pricing or availability yet.
Santek’s SSG730 runs Windows Mobile 5, bills itself as a “samrt phone” and is different from HTC Touch, but even fingerprint reader is included. Also GPS, Bluetooth, a WiFi option and a 2 megapixel camera. This is great cloning job, but Meizu guys can still do better at iPods.