NTT DoCoMo Sells First 3G Smart-Card Phone F900iC

Posted: Aug 5 2004, 2:31am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:46pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
NTT DoCoMo sells first 3G Smart-Card Phone F900iC
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NTT DoCoMo continues to push smart-card enabled mobile phones in Japan.

The latest is the F900iC a 3G mobile phone that will support the i-mode FeliCa Service for mobile wallet applications.
We reported about previous NTT Smart-Card phone releases: P506iC and SH506iC.

DoCoMo's smart card service currently can be used for train travel, debit card (electronic money) and credit card-based withdrawals and transactions, and personal identification.

The F900iC features an auto focus CCD camera with 1.28 mega-pixel resolution and a 2.4-inch (QVGA) main LCD with 262,144-color TFT. It measures 104 x 51 x 26 mm and weighs 128g. Of course it features a mini-SD card slot.
It will go on sale in Japan on August 7th.
More details on NTT Docomo Press-Rekease.





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