CTIA Wireless 2003
The A388c and A760 smartphones, next to the v60x and T720 for size comparison.
The new CDMA V810. This CDMA clamshell packs a 262,000-color display and camera with flash into an amazingly tiny, sleek design.
The outside of the V810. A small mirror for self-portraits is cleverly integrated into a chrome accent surrounding the camera lens and flash. Despite looking like a speaker grille, the three holes next to the camera are supposedly the flash.
The E310 next to two T720s. The E310 has a translucent keypad and side panels, with flashing lights underneath that sync with ringtones and games.
Another view of the E310 next to a T720.
The E310 closed, again next to a T720.
Audiovox's new 8400 series. The 8400 will have BREW, while the 8450 will have Java. They pack in a fair amount of features, but are designed to address a low- to mid-range market. These should be available in the 3rd quarter.
The 9600 camera phone has unfortunately been cancelled.
The 8900 is smaller than the 9600, and will fill a need for a small, affordable camera phone. It is planned to be available in the August/September timeframe.
The 8600, which should be the smallest CDMA 1x color clamshell in the U.S. when it is released in the second quarter. It's really, really tiny.