Samsung S9110: World’s Thinnest Mobile Phone Is A Wristwatch

Samsung has debuted the S9110, which is the world’s thinnest mobile phone at just 11.98 mm width. Being thin of course doesn’t mean that the watch phone is giving up on features. It has a 1.76-inch screen touchscreen, Bluetooth, voice recognition, e-mail (Outlook), speakerphone and a music player. The phone will be first released in …

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Cigarette Lighter Phone Is A Smokers’ Dream

Well, phones today are equipped with a number of technologies, but smokers would find a built-in lighter a great addition to the gadget. The world may frown, but the phone probably would sell very well. The SB6309 Lighter Phone has a slide at the back that reveals a lighter. The phone, probably is too good …

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London Calling Mobile Phone Imitates The Phone Booth In Looks

The London Calling mobile phone is shaped like the once all-important red phone booths. London’s K6 red telephone boxes may be a dying breed now, but seeing one can still be nostalgic. The phone has basic facilities like TFT screen, SMS and MMS messaging, polyphonic ringtones and GPRS connectivity; and to complete its British connection, …

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Waterproof Solar Powered Mobile Phone

The DoCoMo Solar Hybrid phone not only uses solar energy and electricity to charge itself but its waterproof too. A 10 minute solar charge will give a minute to talk. The hybrid is one meter water resistant and comes with a 8 MP camera. The solar hybrid will be available in Japan by September. FarEastGizmos

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Nokia Sees Recharging Of Phones Through Electromagnetic Radiation

If Nokia’s idea turns to reality, phones may never run out of battery. Simply because the idea involves recharging of mobile phones through omnipresent ambient electromagnetic radiation. With principles of RFID technology at its heart, the phone may charge through cell phone antennas, Wi-Fi transmitters, network towers and a number of other sources. So far, …

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Kiki By Sony Ericsson – Its Something New

Kiki is surely a unique or should I say weird looking mobile phone by Sony Ericsson. It has a glass display and very less keys that’s all we know about it. So lets wait and watch when or if it hits the market. Engadget

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Cool Wine Bottle Shape Mobile Phone Concept

This mobile phone looks like a wine bottle, its powered by a alcohol cell and named Cheers. There is no keypad, but a big touchscreen display which works as a keypad with all functions and a cap shaped button to access the functions of the phone. The phone is sleek and stylish and looks cool. …

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iVisit Phones To Help The Blind

iVisit has a developed a software application, SeeScan, to be used in mobile phones that would help the visually impaired by reading what it sees for example the value of a currency note. It could also be used to send images in real time to an remote assistant and can get help as required. It’s …

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Samsung Alias With E-ink Keypad Unveiled

Verizon unveiled the Samsung Alias aka the U750. The best part about the mobile phone clearly is its “mutant” e-ink keypad. The keypad changes itself to suit the phone configuration and screen position. Opening the dual flip phone in portrait mode will show a numeric keypad; switch to the landscape mode, and the keypad goes …

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