iRiver Shows Off Multimedia GSM Phone
Jan 9, 2008, 6:29 PM by Eric Lin
iRiver showed off a prototype of the company's first handset at CES. The phone uses only a touch screen for navigation, and borrows additional navigation and interface elements from the Phone as well. The iRiver model features a 480 x 272 screen, 4 GB of memory, GPS. It is compatible with the Rhapsody music service and also has an Adobe Flash player for video. The phone is still under development, so additional specs are not yet decided, nor is a price or release date.
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YouTube Reimagines Its Premium Video and Music Services
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I can't wait for this phone, however. I think it'll be sweet. They just need to roll them out fast to be successful.
but yeah, for vid's too.