New Vodafone V301SH And V302T Mobile Phones

Posted: Jan 22 2004, 9:02am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:13pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
New Vodafone V301SH and V302T Mobile Phones
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Vodafone in Japan releases two new Mobile Phones.

The V301SH is made by Sharp and features a 310,000 pixel Camera and a 2.2" Color Display. The Phone has 440hours of standby and 140min talk time. The size is 47x92x22mm. The phone supports email templates geared to simplify business use.

The V302T is made by Toshiba. It is of course also a Camera Phone with a 320,000 pixel chip and 2.1" inch color screen. The Size is 49x94x24mm. Standby time is 360hours and talk time is 120min.

See Vodafone japanese Press-Release (pdf)

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