|Panasonic Launches the X300 Motion Video Handset|
Posted: 18-Mar-2004 [Source: Panasonic]
[New X300 tri-band has unique one-push pop-up screen design featuring a 65K color screen and the capability to shoot short video clips.]
Hanover -- Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd., introduces the unique X300 to the European market. Designed with a one-push pop-up screen, the X300 is the first phone of its kind. The tri-band phone also features a 65K colour screen, video record and playback capability, polyphonic ring tones, Multimedia Messaging (MMS) and built-in camera.
Panasonic X300 Features:
Pop up display screen
Video record and playback
65k colour display
Built-in VGA digital camera
40-Polyphonic ring tones
2 preloaded games
WAP 2.0 browser
GPRS class 8
With its one-push, pop-up screen, the X300 makes taking pictures and shooting video clips simple. The built-in VGA camera has a handy self-timer function on this new device. Photos or videos can then be played back on the crystal clear, pop-up 65k colour display.
Communicate in Style
By supporting GPRS and MMS, the X300 allows users to send photos and even video clips to a PC or other compatible phone. It may be packed with features, but the X300 is still light and easy to use. It's perfect for style conscious consumers that want the latest technology combined with cutting-edge design.
Back to Basics
More than just an innovation in mobile phone design, the X300 has all the essentials that you would expect from Panasonic. There are 20 40-polyphonic ring tones, a calendar, calculator, games and wallpaper downloads to name just a few. It is also Tri-band, which means that pictures and video images can be shared from wherever you are in the world.
The X300 is available from Autumn 2004.
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