August 15, 2007 Not unlike the personal jet-pack, the wrist-watch phone is one of those inspired ideas that captured the public imagination long before it had a chance to become a technological or commercial reality. Now China's Qiao Xing Mobile has announced the launch of its wrist-watch mobile phone, the W100, which features a 65k TFT-LCD touch screen, 1GB T-flash extendable memory built in, FM radio and a 1.3 megapixel camera.
The W100 features:
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65k TFT-LCD touch screen 1GB T-flash extendable memory, multi-media & connectivity functions including MP3, Mpeg4, instant messaging, Blue tooth, and a surround sound Bluetooth headset FM radio- /The W100 offers a built-in FM radio; 1.3 megapixel camera 7 available colors
The phone will appear in stores in mid-September.