Vodafone Introduces 7 New 3G Phones

Posted: Sep 24 2004, 2:07am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:59pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Vodafone introduces 7 new 3G Phones
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Vodafone will introduce seven new 3G mobile phones in Japan.

Planned for the Christmas period, the new Vodafone portfolio consists of the Vodafone 902SH by Sharp, the 802SE by Sony Ericsson, the 802SH by Sharp, the 802N by NEC, the 702NK (Nokia 6630) and the 702MO and 702sMO by Motorola.

The new handset range uses world-standard WAP 2.0/MMS as a common platform for web and mail services, which will enable customers in Japan to enjoy worldwide services in the future. For even richer communication and more sophisticated content, large expansions have been made to mail attachment and web download file sizes, and V-appli application capacity has been greatly increased. In addition, the new platform makes it possible to offer streaming services and international video telephony both in Japan and abroad.
More details in Vodafone Press-Release (pdf).


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