They’ve shaped it to look like a conventional camera, including the “bump” where you might normally find a hot shoe, but that’s not really a functional bump. It’s just for look. You can then pop out the side cap to reveal a USB connector, which is used both for transfering images and video off the camera and for charging its internal lithium-ion battery. It takes microSD cards up to 16GB.
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The Nokia 5300 XpressMusic slider stands out from the crowd. The phones music is stored on a microSD card with up to 2GB of capacity. It is a tri-band GSM phone with GPRS/EDGE. The TFT LCD screen can work with the 1.3 megapixel camera, or for messaging with the built-in IM software. Bluetooth, FM radio […]
Korea’s second largest handset maker is set to release its newest mobile phone, the IM-U110, which they call the “ultimate mobile jukebox”. With 1GB of built-in flash memory, users have enough storage space for over 200 MP3 songs. Music is probably the biggest selling point of this boxy-shaped handset, but that didn’t stop Pantech from […]