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Hyundai MB 910

Hyundai MB-910
Manufacturer Hyundai Mobile Europe (Leitz Austria Vertriebs GmbH)
Compatible networks GSM 900/1800/1900, GPRS Class 12
Availability by country Q1 2009
Predecessor W-100
Form factor Watch
Dimensions 58.1 x 44.2 x 16.4 mm
Weight 58 grams
Memory 128MB of RAM
Battery 400mAh
Data inputs Touchscreen
Display 1.5"
Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0, mini USB

The MB-910 is a tri-band/GPRS watch phone made by Hyundai Mobile Europe in Leitz Austria Vertriebs GmbH.

Its main feature is a 1.5-inch, 132 x 176 pixel, 65k colour touchscreen, which is contained within a plastic watch casing.[1] The screen alternates between a clock mode and phone mode. The MB-910’s features include a multimedia player for music and video, a WAP 2.0 web browser, an email client and other productivity tools.[2] The internal memory is 128MB and there is no expansion slot. Contacts, text and picture messages are limited to 300. [3]

As a phone, it is used in conjunction with a Bluetooth headset and can operate in a hands free manner. It offers a talk-time of up to three hours and up to 70 hours on standby

The MB-910 was released in mainland Europe during early 2009, priced at around € 160.[4] Following the MB-910 showing at the Mobile World Congress 2009 show, a UK release is planned for Q2, priced SIM-free at around £200. [5]

References

  1. ^ Mobile Gadgets: The Hyundai MB-910 mobile watch
  2. ^ Mobile Gazette: Hyundai MB-910 Wristwatch phone
  3. ^ vnuent: Hyundai takes on LG with MB-910 watch phone
  4. ^ Sourcewire
  5. ^ Pocket Picks: Hyundai’s MB-910 unsettling watch phone is coming to the UK

External links

  • Hyundai Mobile’s official webpage
  • Photo gallery from Mobile World Congress 2009
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