Mobile movers

December 2004
Management Services;Dec2004, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p30
Academic Journal
This article provides information on the e616V mobile phone developed by NEC in Great Britain. This demonstrates clearly the pace of the evolution of third generation from business applications to the consumer market. Effectively this is the e616 with the addition of a VGA-resolution digital camera. It is a clamshell design and measures 103x53x26.4 millimeters, weighing only 131 grams. It has two built-in zoom cameras and a camera lamp for low-light conditions. It also features GPS functionality for location-based services, and can be connected to a personal computer via a USB cable. The 33x45 millimeter, high-resolution screen helps business meeting remote video-calling or watching full-length music videos. Video clips and still images can also be sent by both Multimedia Messaging Services or via e-mail. The e616V is dual mode, ensuring fast, and always-on access to range of content and services. It is equipped with JAVATM technology, enabling customers to play the very latest games and the built-in MP3 player means full-length music videos can be enjoyed on the move. The e616V also features a memory card slot for a Sony MemoryStick Duo. Like all 3 video-mobiles from NEC, the e616V can synchronise with versions of Microsoft Outlook calendaring and other PC applications for professional use.


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