I’m not sure what’s the point of all the watch phones we’re seeing on the market today. Battery technology is just not there to support the continuous use for some decent period of time. Still, I guess some people prefer to wear their mobile phones rather than to carry them in their pockets.
Anyway, today we’re presenting you with a new watch phone called Phenom (no it doesn’t have anything to do with AMD’s CPU). It looks huge but promises to deliver a comprehensive user experience to those with hands large enough to carry/wear it around.
As you can see from the image above, the Phenom Watch Phone packs both numeric keypad and 1.3-inch touchscreen. In addition, it also sports a media player (yes, it can play both music and video clips), camera (we guess it’s VGA, since there are no details about it in the press release), Bluetooth and a microSD memory card slot.
Sounds a lot for a watch phone. The price is $295, although they say the price is $100 down for the holidays. I keep liking the recently unveiled LG GD910 more. 😉
[Via: Unwired View]