If there ever was a fucntional handset that you want, the SG-2520 would be it. Barring its extremely long antenna, the dual-mode SG-2520 works great for those who constantly travel to places where clear reception is rarer than a snow leopard. The SG-2520 works as an ordinary cellphone but rides on the artificial satellite network when regular cellphone networks are unavailable, doing away with the need for extra expensive roaming service. Features include Bluetooth connectivity, a 1.3 megapixel camera, a 2″ 262k color LCD display, MP3 playback capability, GPS, and fax functions. The candybar SG-2520 will be launched sometime next year.
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