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The world's slimmest phone, the SGH-X820 Ultra Edition, is Samsung's latest push for technological leadership which at 6.9mm thick is a phone that is as much a technological marvel as it is practical.
HP is courting the masses with its consumer friendly HP iPAQ rw6828. The rw6828 is packed with features such as a 2-megapixel Camera, Push E-mail as well as a free glitzy skin makeover by HP.
With so many slim slider phones in the market, Samsung attempts to set the SGH-820 apart with a sturdy look and funky features such as TV-out.
Users who want to have music and phone functionality rolled into one will love the Nokia N91 as it provides a pure mobile experience.
For those who want to have a taste of the future today, the Dopod S300 provides users with the latest technology topped with style.
The annual mobile phone frenzy period in the guise of CommunicAsia 2006 is here again. Major brands have converged under one roof to showcase their new and upcoming handsets. If you thought Motorola's SLVR is the slimmest phone yet, you will be in for a big surprise. So read on!
In our second part of the coverage, Samsung showcased more than 11 phones, some of which broke new world records! Find out more about these attention grabbing phones and some of the models we encountered at the show floor.
Paving the way for their appearance at CommunicAsia2006, Nokia stirred their fans and media with a showcase at Suntec City Convention Hall a day prior. Nokia unveiled a renewed category approach towards its customers themed "It's your world. Express It!".
Sony Ericsson just announced the W850, the first slider phone in Sony EricssonÃ¯Â¿Â½s history, which will be released in third quarter of 2006. In our exclusive first look, we let you in about the new and cool features of the W850 and you don't have to wait a few months later to find out.
Absolutely able to make you melt is LG's KG800 Chocolate mobile phone. Delicious and alluring are some words to describe it. Unfortunately to some of us...it just wasn't digestible...