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OKWAP introduces S868 smartphone

updated 02:35 pm EST, Wed January 31, 2007

OKWAP S868 smartphone

Taiwanese company OKWAP has introduced its first Windows Mobile smartphone, the S868. While the company has yet to disclose much about the product, it should have Skype support, a 2.4-inch screen and a two-megapixel camera, as well as another pair of features that are virtually unseen on other cellphones. Foremost is a touch dial built into the keypad, which lets users control the on-screen menus much as if they were using an iPod. This is likely necessary given the lack of a touchscreen. The other feature is an apparent full-sized SD card slot, which actually opens at the top of the phone, rather than the side or the bottom. OKWAP expects the S868 to ship in Taiwan sometime after February 18th, for the local equivalent of $450. [Via Phone Daily]



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