Neonode N2 Revealed

Posted: Feb 12 2007, 2:19am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:58am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Neonode N2 Revealed
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Neonode revealed the Neonode N2 smartphone at the 3GSM 2007.

Neonode started to tease their new phone about 10 days ago.
The new Neonode N2 is a small and stylish touch screen mobile phone featuring a 2 inch screen, 2MP camera, music player, video player, Bluetooth and miniSD card slot.
Neonode sticks to the open platform concept and runs a new user interface system on the N2, which they call Neno.
The N2 features also the unique Neonode touch screen, which is actually not a touch screen. There is a grid of light beams forming an invisible grid over the screen and the location of your finger is detected when the beams are crossed. This means you do not have to touch the surface of the screen to navigate.
See the photos in hi-res fo the N2 in our gallery.
The Neonode N2 is still just a GSM phone supporting GSM Quadband 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 Mhz bands, GPRS.
The measurements of the N2 are 47x77x14.7mm. Neonode will offer the N2 in three colors.
More details can be found on the relaunched Neonode site.

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