Audiovox Reveals Camcorder Phone
Oct 21, 2003, 1:23 PM by (staff)
Audiovox today announced the CDM-9900 CDMA camera phone. The high-end phone features dual color displays, VGA camera with flash, and a high-resolution QVGA 260,000-color Poly-Silicon TFT main display. The camera can also record up to 15 seconds of video with sound, and the flash can be used as both a video light and standalone flashlight. Powered by Qualcomm's MSM6100 chipset, the tri-mode phone also features BREW, or Java in the CDM-9950 variant. The phone will be available by the end of the year.
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May 9, 2018
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Is it a Toshiba?
The 9xxx series does not denote who made the phone, but rather the chip-set and technology that is inside. You can rest assured that this phone will perform just as all of the other 9xxx series have with superior reception and range. I also w...