There’s no shortage of great 3G clamshell phones in Japan, and yet handset maker Panasonic just doesn’t seem to know when to stop.
Starting August 15th, the Panasonic P706ie will be released through NTT DoCoMo in Japan to take advantage of its 3G network. It doesn’t really bring anything special in terms of features to the table, but if you’re in Japan and need a new handset, feel free to add this one to your choices.
The Panasonic P706ie comes with a decent amount of features: 2 megapixel main cam with autofocus, 3-inch screen and support for up to 8GB microSD cards. It also has a front-facing camera for video calls, as well as several shortcut keys beside the navigational keys for easy access to frequently used services and applications.
No pricing details have been provided, however, as mentioned above this handset is already out now.
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