Monday, February 12, 2007


Thinnest 3g mobile phone in the world

The two new N903iµ handsets are just 11.4 millimeters thick:

The two thin handsets, NEC's N903iµ and Matsushita Communication Industrial Co.'s (Panasonic's) P903iµ, are just 11.4 millimeters thick. That beats all other WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) handsets on the market, said NTT DoCoMo. They'll go on sale in Japan in February at prices yet to be announced, and won't be available overseas.
Features of the new phones include a 1.3-megapixel camera. The N903iµ has a 2.3-inch display while the P903iµ's screen is slightly smaller at 2.2 inches. Battery life is given in standby as around 500 hours for the NEC phone and 270 hours for the Panasonic model in average use. Talk time is 200 minutes and 120 minutes, respectively.

The only thing I don't love in thin and light phones is that it is difficult to notice them in “vibrate only“ mode.

Via InfoWorld

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