Neonode to Launch N2 Mobile Phone in U.S

January 2008
Portable Design;Jan2008, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p10
The article reports that Neonode is planning to launch their latest mobile phone Neonode N2 during 2008 in the U.S. This new mobile phone will utilize the company's patented neno user interface and zForce optical touch screen technology, offering users an intuitive and easy to navigate experience. The company also announced that it has joined with the country's sales channel development and supply chain to form Neonode USA. The new entity will market existing and new innovative products within North America, Latin America and China, and will commercially market the Neonode technology globally.


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