Posted on 3-Dec-2004 00:37
Filed under: News
LG Mobile Phones and Sprint announced the launch of the Sprint PCS Vision Picture Phone PM-325. Built around a compact sliding form in which the keypad slides down at the touch of a finger to reveal a 65,536-color LCD screen, the PM-325 features an embedded antenna and is less than five inches long when expanded. The handset also features an integrated VGA-quality (640x480 pixels) camera with 8x digital zoom and built-in self-portrait mirror. The PM-325 by LG will retail for US$229.99 or US$79.99 after rebate with a two-year agreement.
The new model also features integrated Bluetooth. According to documentation available from the LG website, the Bluetooth supports headset, handsfree and dial-up profiles. The phone also offers monitor mode, a one-way speakerphone, for hands-free listening and supports two-way short message service (SMS) and voice-activated dialing. The PM-325 by LG is Picture Mail capable, allowing Sprint customers to take and send pictures over the PCS network (CDMA). Sprint customers can also download images, ring tones, music tones, games and Java applications to personalize the phone.
The dual band/tri-mode phone comes with 1,204KB memory, and the battery can provide up to 3.2 hours talk time or 7 days in stand by. Standard software includes Openwave WAP 2.0 Browser including JPEG, BMP, WBMP, GIF, PNG & WPNG image support, recordable Voice Ringers & 30 Built-in ring tones plus vibration and silent alert.
The internal phone book can store up to 200 entries with 3 phone numbers each. The interface supports English and Spanish. The phone also supports airplane mode and a voice memo recording function (up to 30 memos for up to 3 total minutes). Personal tools available include calendar with scheduler, alarm clock, note pad, calculator, and world clock.