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.
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