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Sunday, January 21, 2007
The Nokia E65 Slider - Now in Red
There's a pretty good reason why business phones usually come in black or silver. Try to imagine a business mobile phone user wearing a black suit and a tie, ready to close those deals and impress the 'audience' while he takes a hot pink LG Chocolate phone out of his pocket, and you might understand why it’s best to use a typical business phone while doing business.

This red version of the recently FCC approved Nokia
E65 is by far less extreme than the hot pink Chocolate, but it is in some way curious that Nokia would decide to release a more colorful version of this E-series business phone.

On the other hand, the phone doesn't look half-bad after the repaint and female business users might find the E65 dressed in red quite appealing.

Aside from the change of color, the phone comes with the same features including quad-band GSM or WCDMA 2100 MHz support, a 16 million color screen with a 352 x 416 pixel resolution, 70MB internal memory, Irda and Bluetooth for connectivity and a 2 megapixel camera with autofocus.

The phone runs on Symbian S60 and has an integrated WiFi module that enables the user to make VoIP calls. The MicroSD card slot for memory expansion is also included to suit the needs of users who want to store a large number of files.

The Nokia E65 regardless of the color it comes with is expected to show up in the second or third quarter of this year, and it will apparently be available for purchase at around 340 euros.


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Saturday, January 20, 2007
LG Unveils Prada Phone With Touch Screen

LG Electronics, a pioneer in consumer electronics and mobile phones, and PRADA, one of the world’s leading brands in the luxury goods industry , unveil the first completely touch screen mobile phone.

The PRADA Phone by LG (KE850) is a real breakthrough in the industry, as it is a unique, sophisticated and elegant mobile phone with the first complete advanced touch interface.

LG and PRADA have worked closely together on every aspect of the product, from handset development to marketing combining the attention to detail and uncompromising quality of PRADA design with the trademark technological innovation of LG mobile.

PRADA’s involvement extends beyond exterior aesthetics to the key elements of the user experience such as the advanced touch interface, ring tones, pre-loaded content, mobile phone accessories and the exclusive leather case, inspired by the classic Italian craftsmen tradition.

“We at LG are exceptionally proud of the PRADA Phone by LG” says Dr. Scott Ahn, President & CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. He continues, “The two companies have worked together seamlessly towards a truly shared vision, to develop one of the most beautifully stylish handsets the market has ever seen.”

Visiting LG Headquarters in Seoul, Korea, Mr. Patrizio Bertelli, President and CEO of PRADA, said: "As we do with ready-to-wear and accessories, we were looking at a break-through. Consistent with our approach, we are not branding an existing product; rather, Miuccia and I have been working with LG to give this new phone a very strong character and unique style, both in its contents and in its design. We, just like our partners at LG, are known for the attention to detail and uncompromising quality of our products. And we find these characteristics in the new mobile phone."

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