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Born-in-Japan mobile Internet became reality for Telstra customers with the launch of i-mode, built on NEC’s mobile Internet platform and handsets. Telstra, in partnership with NEC, will provide the key that unlocks i-mode in Australia and change how Australians use their phones. NEC in conjunction with Telstra will deploy the service to offer “A chance for Australia’s leading carrier to gain a significant march on its competition and broaden the gap on mobile services delivery.”
The N410i is a compact striking full-scale 1.3M Pixel integrated camera that takes rich pictures.
Featuring a 5.5cm 65K color QVGA LCD display it not only takes high-resolution pictures it also takes MPEG4 movies. Developed based on expertise gained from the Mobile Internet markets in Japan and Europe, the N410i is suitable for accessing mobile Internet applications and rich content, comprising 64 polyphonic ring tones, DoJa(TM) JAVA Applications and USB & IrDA Connectivity.
NEC also provides the N342i, which targets a broader range of people. Equipped with a 300K pixels, digital camera and various camera functions, 4.5 cm large color screen with 65K colors, 40 polyphonic ring tones and JAVA its design is simple, stylish and friendly. Via: Japan Corporate News Network
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