“The Lightest 3.5G Touch Phone in the World” – this is what modu is officially calling its first touchscreen phone, the just-announced modu T.
Reportedly recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world’s lightest touch phone, the modu T is a Brew-based handset with a 2.2 inch screen and other features like: GPS, social networking integration, web access, Google Search, YouTube, music player, FM radio, 2GB of internal memory, and MicroSD card support (up to 32GB).
The modu T can be connected to several additional “fy” devices, which enhance its functionality. Apparently, you can:
- camerafy your modu T phone with a “compact and intuitive” 5MP camera
- boostify the phone for enjoying “hands-free calls, your favorite songs & intuitive single key operations, all while staying connected”
- sportfy the handset and “turn it into your exercise companion”
- textify the phone by adding “a full QWERTY keyboard makeover” (which also included a 5MP camera)
The modu T “is expected to be launched soon in various countries.” The phone’s price has not been announced.
After launching the modu T, modu will introduce the modu W – a similar handset, but running Android and featuring Wi-Fi. I don’t understand why modu isn’t going all-Android and complicates things with a Brew device, but… that’s actually the company’s problem (if it’s a problem at all).
Via Press release
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