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BenQ Intros Hybrid Music Phone RRS feed

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  • A Gen-Next hybrid music phone, the EF51 is styled like a trendy MP3 player, with dedicated MP3 controller keys located on the phone's shiny EZmusic...
    Friday, October 5, 2007 9:15 AM

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  • BenQ has just launched its stylish BenQ-Siemens EF51 mobile phone, which the company claims, is crafted specially for 'musicaholics'.

    A Gen-Next hybrid music phone, the EF51 is styled like a trendy MP3 player, with dedicated MP3 controller keys located on the phone's shiny EZmusic to make it easy for users to operate their music.

    The EF51 supports almost all mainstream audio formats, including WMA, MP3, AAC, and AAC+. It allows users transfer Windows Media Player songs from their PCs to their phones, and download music from nearly all online music stores.

    The 20 pre-set FM channel function lets users store all their favorite FM stations. The phone allows users 'record' songs playing on the radio.

    The EF51 features 20 MB built-in memory, with a MiniSD card slot for expandability. With the unique 'Speech-to-Music' feature, users need to just call out the song title, and the phone plays the requested song automatically.

    Besides, the phone features 6-Band EQ modes and speakers for 3D surround stereo sound, and comes with high quality stereo earphones.

    Apart from being a musical power house, the EF51 also offers a sprint of camera features such as: a 1.3 mega pixels camera, special color adjustments, digital zoom, multi-shot capability, self-portrait capability, etc.

    Along with every EF51, customers will get two complimentary accessories; namely, the A2DP stereo headset and a 128 MB MiniSD card.

    The EF51 is available pan-India for a consumer buy price of Rs 6,300.


    Friday, October 5, 2007 9:17 AM
  • Nice one dude...................

     

    Saturday, October 6, 2007 1:02 AM
  • A good cheap phone with very good features!!!!!

     

     

    You can also try out a Nokia 3110 classic phone

    Saturday, October 6, 2007 5:25 PM