Wednesday, December 2, 2009
* Connectivity: quad band GSM/HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
* Display: 2.2" 16M color QVGA TFT
* Camera: 5 mpxwith autofocus, 4x digital zoom, face recognition, image stabilizer and WDR optimizer, power LED
* FM Radio with RDS
* Google mail
* 15 hours of music playback
* Bluetooth 2.0/USB 2.0
* ICE Power digital power amp by B&O
* microSD memory card slot
* Dimensions: 105.9x49.5x12.9 mm
The phone additionally features Windows Mobile with Mobile Office, plus an FM tuner. In some regions an FM transmitter will also be built-in, but North America is likely to be excluded, as the FCC restricts the power of portable transmitters in order to prevent interference. The 650 should launch "worldwide" in black and purple colors, going to market within two to three weeks.
Motorola has unveiled their ROKR E8 a music phone with very snazzy dynamic keypad that changes depending on which feature you are using. It uses the ModeShift technology from Motorola, allows user to shift from a music player to phone with just a touch of a button. When the phone is switched off, it will have a smooth and glossy surface with no visible keys. That’s cool, with one press on the virtual music key, the phone keypad disappears and the music keys (play, pause, fast forward and rewind) appear in its place. The vibrating haptics technology has been used also, the device will provides the tactile feedback consumers expect from a traditional keypad, providing confirmation they have pressed a virtual key. The ROKR E8 has 2GB of internal memory which can store up to 1,500 songs and if that’s not enough, you can expand another 4GB with an optional micro SD card. The Motorola ROKR E8 is expected to be available in Q1 2008.
• Dimensions: 115 x 53 x 10.6mm
• Quad Band; GPRS/EDGE class 12
• Weight: 100 grams
• Battery: 970mAh
• Display: 2.0” QVGA 240×320 262K TFT
• ModeShift technology transforms the device from phone to music player to imaging device with thetouch of a button
• FastScroll navigation wheel allows for scrolling through songs, contact and image library with theslide of a thumb
• haptics technology provides tactile response when a virtual key is pressed
• 2GB internal memory;
• external memory support up to 4GB capacity
• Microsoft music ecosystem support
• 3.5 mm stereo headset jack, stereo Bluetooth wireless technology (A2DP)
• 2.0megapixel camera with 8x zoom, multi-shot feature, video capture and playback
• Airplane mode to play uninterrupted music in the air
• MIDI, MP3, AAC, AAC+, Enhanced AAC+, WMA, WAV, AMR-NB, Real Audio (RA) v10
Crystal Talk technology
• Full HTML browser
• Connectivity: Stereo Bluetooth Class 2, USB 2.0 Hi-speed, GPRS Class 12, EDGE Class 12
( January 2008)
Sony Ericsson has announced a new Walkman phone with tri-band HSDPA, the W760, giving you the broadband speed downloads of the latest music and content wherever in the world.
The phone has a built-in GPS with Wayfinder Navigator to help you find the way out when you are lost, giving a search of over 20 million points of interest around the globe. There’s a GPS-supported fitness application called Tracker which can tell you how fast, how long and how far you ran.
With the built-in stereo speakers, you can share your favorite tunes with your friends and the best part, it is preloaded with the latest hit games, including the Need for Speed ProStreet. The phone also comes with the skip control where you can shuffle and skip through tracks or shake it to adjust volume. Other features include a 2.2-inch display, 3.2-megapixel camera, 40MB shared memory with M2 memory slot, FM radio etc.