Neonode N2 gets software upgrade

The smallest touch screen phone around, the Neonode N2, was released at the start of last year and Unwiredview has reviewed it a while ago. Still, Neonode, a company that only released three models in its seven year history, won’t let go of the N2.

Neonode has recently announced a software upgrade for the device, which will add a few new features to it. The upgrade will provide Neonode N2 with Winwap Technologies’ browser, for better web browsing, a better user interface and, most importantly, at least for some of the users out there, a Sudoku game…

The software upgrade for the Neonode N2 also adds a new music player, which allows better cataloging of the tracks you have on your mobile.


It also provides the user with an audio recorder application and, hold on to your seat, “extended area for text messagging”. That sounds quite appealing…

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  • http://cheating-the-system.webs.com/ Matt Barn

    amazing phone and the new software upgrade is amazing except for it now being very hard to exit the music player (possible fix in future updates?)

  • http://cheating-the-system.webs.com/ Matt Barn

    amazing phone and the new software upgrade is amazing except for it now being very hard to exit the music player (possible fix in future updates?)