A few weeks ago, we’ve heard that Verizon is readying two new Casio phones, namely the Casio Rock C731 and Casio Brigade C741.
Details about the Rock C731 are currently missing, but the Brigade has just been approved by the FCC, under the name of Casio Hitachi C741.
We don’t know much about the specs of C741, save for the fact that it has CDMA/EV-DO connectivity and Bluetooth. However, the FCC has unveiled a sketchy image of the phone – although it seems that it’s just a part of it (otherwise, this would be a pretty weird device):
The previous Casio phone launched by Verizon, the Exilim C421, is a really cool handset, packing stuff like a 5.1MP camera with 3x optical zoom, a 180–degree rotating QVGA display, and GPS.
I guess that we should expect similar (or better) features to be included in the Casio Brigade C741. We’ll bring more details as soon as we find them.
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