New Neonode N1m

Posted: Apr 7 2005, 6:00pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:41pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
New Neonode N1m
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Usually we are ahead on anything new regarding the boutique mobile phone company from Sweden. But this time Engadet has reported first about a new Neonode mobile phone dubbed N1m.

The N1m is an improved version of the N1 tiny Windows smartphone. The Neonode N1m still measures 88 x 52 x 21mm and weighs 94g. It has now a 1MP digital camera and it is now a GSM Tri-Band (900 + 1800 + 1900 MHz) phone.

Neonode sells this highly customizable mobile phone direct in Europe and also since a couple of days in Russia via their site.
The Neonode N1m including 1GB SD-Card sells for 400 Euros. More details on Neonode's site.

The first time we reported about the Neonode N1 was in 2002.

More Neonode N1 Coverage:
Neonode N1 Smartphone starts selling
Neonode Smartphone goes Skateboardering
Neonode N1 sells for $620


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