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KTF EV-K100 phone is 7mm thick

If thick phones get you down, KTFT, the phone making affiliate of KTF, has just the thing for you. Their new EV-K100 is just 7 millimeters thick, or at least that’s what they tell you, but more about that later. In such a small package, you wouldn’t expect many features, but this one has all the toys. It has a 1.8 inch LCD screen, which will show off the pictures you take with the 1.3 megapixel camera. It also has an MP3 player and 165MB of onboard storage for your tunes. In the category of unnecessary but nice, it has a leather-like material covering the back of the phone to accentuate the fanciness.

The 7 mm thick phone is actually 7.9 mm thick, but that’s still pretty darned thin. It weighs just 60 grams. No word yet on price or availability, but its only likely to be available in Asia, anyway.

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