|CDM-180 Handset From UTStarcom debuts at CES|
Posted: 05-Jan-2005 [Source: UTStarcom]
[UTStartcom intros new CDM-180 featuring a landscape-oriented main screen.]
Las Vegas and Hauppauge, NY -- UTStarcom Personal Communications (formerly Audiovox Communications Corp.), a division of UTStarcom, Inc., announced today the introduction of the CDM-180 mobile handset with a special format screen. The CDM-180 makes its debut at the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
The CDM-180 is a Java/Brew(TM) 2.0-enabled clamshell mobile phone with dual LCD display screens. The landscape oriented main screen is a 262K 1.8" TFT display; on the outside of the handset is a 262K 1.2 TFT sub display. The Tri-Mode (800/1900 MHz CDMA) handset measures 3.0" (H) x 2.1" (W) x 0.9" (D), and weighs 3.7 oz and features a built-in CMOS 330k pixel camera. The camera phone is equipped with the MSM 6050 Chipset and is GPSOne(TM) Capable (E911 Phase2 Supported), system dependent.
In addition, the CDM-180 also features CMX 32 polyphonic ringers, LED incoming call indicator, and retractable antenna, as well as audio and video recording. It has two-way SMS/MMS/MS capabilities and a built-in speakerphone, along with being TTY/TDD compatible.
"We believe the landscape-oriented screen is great for text messaging, photo and video applications," said Philip Christopher, president of UTStarcom Personal Communications Division. "Consumers are accustomed to a 'landscape view' on their TVs, PCs and traditional camera, so this format is a natural."
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