Modu 2 phone to feature touchscreen and HSDPA

While Modu’s first mobile phone is still launched only in Israel – the company’s home country – the phone maker already has plans for a second handset.

This will be called Modu 2 and will apparently be high-end.

There’s no word on what the new phone will look like, but, according to Pocket-lint, the handset will have a touchscreen display, HSDPA connectivity, and a full QWERTY jacket (along other jackets, of course).

The company plans to release the Modu 2 in big markets like the US, Japan, UK and other West-European countries – this should happen sometime in 2010.

modu-jacket

(one of Modu’s jackets for its current phone)

As for the first Modu handset, there have been only 1,000 units sold until now across Israel. However, a full launch should follow soon, in markets like India, Philippines, Russia, Greece, Romania, and several South American countries.

Author: Ilinca Nita

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