|UTStarcom launches tiny CDMA camera phone|
Posted: 10-Jan-2007 [Source: UTStarcom]
[New CDM8935 from UTStarcomm measures less than four cubic inches and weighs less than three ounches and is equipped with a CMOS 310K camera and a 1.5" 262K color TFT display.]
Small enough to accompany a yellow polka dot bikini and capable of snapping photos of a day at the beach, the new, itsy bitsy CDM8935 handset from UTStarcom Personal Communications, a division of UTStarcom, Inc., is one of the smallest wireless CDMA camera phones in North America. Measuring less than four cubic inches overall, the CDM8935 fits easily in the palm of your hand, into a small evening bag or in your front pocket.
The clamshell-style, dual-mode (800/1900 MHz CDMA) CDM8935 weighs less than three ounces and measures only (h) 3.3" x (w) 1.7" x (d) 0.7". The phone is equipped with a CMOS 310K camera and images can be viewed on its 1.5-inch 262K Color TFT (128 x 128) main display screen. The phone also has a one-inch 65K Color CSTN (96 x 64) exterior display.
The CDM8935 camera phone features a built-in speakerphone, voice-activated dialing, CMX 32 polyphonic ringtones and is designed to support many of the popular audio formats including MIDI, SP-MIDI, PMD, QCP-13K, EVRC, I-MELODY and MP3 and image formats such as JPG, GIF, Animated-GIF, BMP, WBMP, PNG and BCI. The CDM8935 is also designed to support text messaging, Enhanced Message Service and Multimedia Message Service. The CDM8935 has 16 MB Flash/8 MB Ram, making it easier for consumers to store important photos. The phone is also designed to store up to 500 phone book entries.
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