MP3 Player Or Mobile Phone? New Pantech PH-S4000

Posted: Dec 13 2004, 4:45am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:16pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

MP3 Player or Mobile Phone? New Pantech PH-S4000
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Korean PanTech&Curitel surprises again with an innovative mobile phone model.

The Pantech&Curitel PH-S4000 is a MP3 look-alike. It has MP3 function buttons on the front. The PH-S4000 mobile phone is tiny measuring 80.5 x 37.5 X 24.3 mm and weighing 81g.
It has also a 330,000 pixel camera. The 1.5 inch color LCD screen has 128x143 pixels.

The MP3 Player and mobile phone has an mini SD Card slot to expand memory up to 512MB. It has 40MB internally for MP3 storage and the PH-S4000 comes with a free 64MB mini SD Card.

The PanTech&Curitel PH-S4000 ships before christmas in Korea for around $360. It is about time that this company starts selling their phones internationally. We reported recently about the ZigBee Mobile Phone, the GI100 Fingerprint recognition phone and the PanTech&Curitel PH-S3500 3D gaming phone.

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