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NTT DoCoMo releases the FOMA N900i
Posted on 19-Feb-2004 22:02 | Filed under: News


NTT DoCoMo releases the FOMA N900i
NTT DoCoMo has announced that the N900i, the second handset in the new 3G FOMA 900i series and distinguished by its arc-shaped side profile, will be released on 22 February 2004. The first FOMA 900i series mobile phone, the F900i was released 3 February 2004.

The 900i series, the most advanced series of FOMA i-mode mobile phones released so far, features Macromedia Flash-equipped browser, HTML e-mail and avatar-capable videophone. Compared with the original series of FOMA phones, 900i models offer three times longer standby and weigh 20 percent less.

The main features of the FOMA N900i include:

  • A highly ergonomic arc-shaped profile (when the phone is open).
  • A CCD external camera with one mega-pixel effective resolution and two mega-pixel recorded resolution. The camera takes photos of up to 1,616 x 1,212 dots in size and comes with a 6.2-power, 16-step digital zoom.
  • "Dragon Quest I", a popular role-playing game from Square Enix Co., Ltd.
  • miniSD reader-writer to view data on PCs that are stored on the miniSD memory cards in the phone, by using an optional FOMA USB connecting cable.
  • Random Melody to assign randomly selected ring tones from selected folders when receiving incoming calls and mails.

    The built-in Macromedia Flash browser handles Flash applications of up to 100K. It also is equipped for richer, more sophisticated online games than ever before. Java-based i-appli applications offer a 400K scratch pad and up to 100K for content/archiving (compared to 200K and 30K in existing FOMA models).

    The company is expected to release five models of its 900i series handsets.


  • More information: http://www.nttdocomo.com...







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