Snapshot by Ricky Cadden on Thursday January 03, 2008.
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Yesterday Mobiado introduced the Stealth, the most recent addition to the its family of high-end luxury handsets. The Stealth's body is precision machined from a solid block of aircraft aluminum. The display and camera lens are guarded by sapphire, for the utmost in clarity, and the buttons are also topped with sapphire.
The Mobiado Stealth sports a 2 megapixel camera and features a customized version of Nokia's S40 user interface. Connectivity is covered with tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900MHz) and WCDMA (2100MHz), along with Bluetooth and a convenient USB port. The Stealth is also equipped with a microSD memory card slot for expanded memory.
The Mobiado Stealth is only available in black. No word yet on pricing or when the Stealth might be available for purchase.
|Specifications for the Mobiado Stealth|
|Size||109mm x 46mm x 18.5mm (4.3" x 1.8" x 0.7")|
|Battery Life||Up to 2 weeks standby time|
|Up to 4 hours talk time|
|Main Display||262k color TFT, QVGA (320x240 pixel) resolution|
|Memory||6MB internal, microSD card slot|
|Other||Speakerphone, aircraft aluminum body, sapphire display and camera window|
Former news editor Ricky Cadden runs Symbian-Guru.com. Ricky is based in Texas.