NTT DoCoMo's Premini Is Japan's Smallest Mobile Phone

Posted: May 12 2004, 8:45am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:31pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

NTT DoCoMo's Premini is Japan's Smallest Mobile Phone
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We reported about the new Premini Mobile phone yesterday. A story on Nikkei.Net (subscription) confirms that the NTT DoCoMo Premini will be the smallest mobile phone on the japanese market when it is going to be released this summer.

The 90x39x19mm mobile is weighing 69g and has no camera but focuses on voice communications and the i-mode Internet connection service.

We reported about another tiny phone, the NEC credit Card phone in February. The NEC phone measures 85 x 54 x 8.6mm and weighs 70g. The NEC Credit Card phone is smaller than the Premini and also features a Camera. The NEC Phone will only be available in China as far as we know.

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