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Vodafone KK announced today that from June 23 it will offer the V401D by Mitsubishi Electric [image] which features the industry’s first control pad that can be operated by finger tracing. According to the company, the V401D’s side touch pad makes it easy to operate functions like screen scrolling and camera zoom by finger tracing. The handset also comes with a jump touch feature that lets users record often-used functions via different tracing patterns so desired functions can be called up instantly, also the 2-megapixel Super CCD Honeycom camera is activated when the lens cover is opened (see footage of this phone in our TBS video program Here.
On the back, the V401D features a Super CCD Honeycom mobile camera capable of recording 2.00 megapixels and a multi-purpose lens cover that protects the lens and activates or shuts down the camera, making it easy for anyone to enjoy the photography functions.
The main features of the V401D are as follows:
- Industry’s first* control pad operated by finger tracing
- Super CCD Honeycom mobile camera capable of recording 2.00 megapixels and multipurpose lens cover
- Auto Rotate function that automatically rotates pictures in the direction that the handset is held by using an embedded acceleration sensor
- Vivid main and sub LCD displays
*As of June 21 in Japan (according to Mitsubishi Electric). Read the full press releaseHere .
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