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Monday, 04 February 2008 13:11

Fancy Hitachi W61H showcased

Written by Muamer Odobasic
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Flip-phone with E-paper cover

 

Hitachi announced their new cell-phone called W61H. This is a flip-phone with dimensions 51x107x16.9mm and weighs 137 grams. Besides the main 2.8-inch display with 240x400 pixels and 260K colors, this phone has an outer 2.7-inch display using e-ink technology. Outer display is phone-integrated and can show 95 different patterns, symbols and pictures that you can change by a simple push of a button.

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Besides having e-ink casing that definitely gives this phone character, you also get a 1.97 megapixel integrated camera, Digital “one-segment” TV and microSD slot for cards of up to 2GB and IrDA port.

This phone will be distributed exclusively in Japan and should be soon available through KDDI, Japanese network provider.

Last modified on Tuesday, 05 February 2008 04:00
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