Helio Launches The Thinnest Flip Phone Around Called The Fin

Posted: Aug 15 2007, 2:19pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:21am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Helio Launches the Thinnest Flip Phone Around Called the Fin
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Helio launched a new phone today called the Fin. The Fin is a flip phone that ahs all the nice features you expect in a phone today including a 3 megapixel digital camera, GPS, 3G web access and 100MB of internal storage.

100MB won’t cut it for music enthusiasts, so there is a microSD slot for expansion as well. Helio also claims that this is the thinnest flip phone in the U.S. at a mere 11.4mm thick.

The GPS enabled Fin is also the first Helio product to provide turn-by-turn directions by from Garmin. However, the turn-by-turn service isn’t included in your phone plan; it is billed separately at a whopping $3 per day. The Fin is available now for $175 with a contract.

Via Sci Fi Tech

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