Beauty Shots Of The M300 GSM Wrist Phone

Posted: Feb 14 2007, 3:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:00am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


Beauty Shots of the M300 GSM Wrist Phone
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Australian SMS Technology sent us several new pretty hi-res photos of their soon to ship M300 GSM mobile phone watch.

The M300 is the most promising Wrist phone since the NTT Wristomo in 2003. The Wristomo was only available in Japan. The M300 will ship world-wide. After some delays, SMS Technology is apparently on track to start shipping the mobile phone watch in March.

See the hi-res photos of the wrist phone in our Photo Gallery.
The M300 Wrist phone sells for $649 Australian dollars, which is about $500 USD. Shipping is supposed to start March 25th.

Features and Specifications of the M300 mobile watch:

Main chipset : MTK
Memory : 64MB

Voice Bluetooth
MP3 Player
Internal antenna
USB Port for connection to Personal computer
40 embedded true tones
Emergency Call Button
Fully Functional 99 number memory Phonebook
External Speaker Phone
Fully Functional SMS capabilities
Wireless Bluetooth Data Transfer
Bluetooth Dial Up Networking (DUN)
Talktime: 200 min
Standby: 80 Hours
GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz Tri mode (HW)
GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz Tri mode (SW)
Dimensions: 43 x 56 x 14.8 mm (with 500mA Battery)
Weight: 45g
Phone Color: Pastel Blue & Pink, Baby Blue & Pink, Navy Blue,
Electric Blue, Red, Yellow, Black and Grey
Display: Color OLED Screen 1.01 inches
Travel Adaptor (USB Internal charging type) Wireless USB Charger

More details on SMS Technology's my mobile watch site.

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