Sendo Unveils Series 60 Smartphone
Oct 21, 2003, 11:19 AM by (staff)
Less than a year after abandoning the Microsoft Smartphone platform, British manufacturer Sendo today unveiled a new smartphone based on the rival Series 60 platform from Nokia. The Sendo X sports a long list of high-end features, including aluminum casing, 65,000-color TFT display, VGA camera with flash, graphics co-processor, 64-chord polyphonic ringtones, Bluetooth, 64 MB of built-in memory, a hot-swappable MMC/SD memory card slot, and speaker-independent voice dialing. The advanced camera also supports video recording up to 30 minutes, and includes a red-eye reduction feature. The tri-band GSM phone is expected to be available in select markets by the end of the year.
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