Motorola has unveiled the StarTac III cellphone, but this time it will be confined to Korean shores only. The original StarTac was an iconic phone in its generation, sparking off the clamshell craze and even popularizing the concept of wearing your handset around your neck as a necklace. Unfortunately, it won’t be equipped with 3G connectivity, featuring just a 2″ TFF QVGA display, GPS functionality, global roaming, an integrated MP3 player, and an electronic dictionary (presumably a Korean-English one). If you reside in Korea and want one for yourself, be prepared to fork out €240.
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