South Korean consumer electronics product maker iriver has just officialized its long-awaited Wi-Fi enabled touchscreen WAVE phone, announcing it alongside a new PMP and MID.
The iriver WAVE Wi-Fi phone‘s official specs look to be just the same as what we had earlier learned, as a 3″ LCD touch screen display is present, along with Wi-Fi connectivity, VoIP capabilities, text messaging, and music from Bugs Music “at a higher quality than in the PC environment.”
A call forwarding service is also available for the iriver WAVE phone, so it can be used where no wireless networks are available. Apart from that and what’s mentioned above, the iriver WAVE phone also does video, has a photo viewer, E-Dictionary, flash games, and an FM Radio. There’s also a built-in mom speaker, SRS WOW HD, 7 Preset EQ settings, 4GB Nand Flash, USB 2.0, and Flash Lite 2.0.2.
According to iriver, here’s what will be included in the box: a set of earphones, a USB cable, a stylus pen, a battery holder, an adapter, a quick start guide, the warranty card, and the installation CD.
Unfortunately, no info about pricing or availability has been revealed yet, so we’ll just have to tell you that in a future update.
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