New TV Mobile Phones

Posted: May 20 2004, 12:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:33pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

New TV Mobile Phones
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onQ Mobile Phone Concept KDDI announced a Cellular Phone that receives Digital Terrestrial TV Broadcasting and also NTT DoCoMo showed off a concept TV Phone called onQ. Samsung announced that they will launch a Satellite TV mobile Phone (ZDNet).

Those are not the first TV Mobile Phones. Last October NEC introduced the NEC V601N TV Mobile Phone. Samsung also announced the SCH-X820 TV Phone in June of last year. The Nokia 7700 announced last October also is able to receive TV signals.
To get a taste of TV on your mobile phone you can try MobiTV.

Buy the Nokia 6600 Smart Phone.

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