Somehow or other the VIP-195 slipped under the radar during CeBIT 2007, and judging from the specs we can see why. This dual-mode GSM/WiFi handset comes with 802.11b/g compatibility and a 2 megapixel camera for you to capture the occasional candid shots, while a microSD memory card slot is there for memory expansion options. You will be able to perform basic Internet tasks such as checking email and chatting on Windows Messenger. The VIP-195 shares an uncanny resemblance with smartphones and PDAs of yore with its uninspired lines and drab color. A 200 hour standby time and 4 hour talk time rating rounds off the list of specifications. Pricing and availability details are unknown.
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