September 23, 2005 NEC this week launched the world's thinnest fold-type mobile phone onto the Hong Kong market and will follow shortly with introductions into Italy, Russia, Australia and China. The phone is very reminiscent of the trend-setting Motorola Razr with its thin clam-shell design. It boasts slim measurements of 47.9mm (width) X 101.5mm (height) X 11.9mm (depth; when folded) and a weight of 96g. Supporting mobile-internet and GSM/GPRS, it is equipped with a 1.9 inch 65,000 colour display in addition to a 1.3 mega pixel camera. The sub-screen with an organic light emitting display is convenient for scrolling text messages. The phone is also loaded with a wide variety of features including PictBridge, MP3, Java and Bluetooth.
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