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CeBIT 2003. Mitsubishi and its concept models

CeBIT 2003. All availalbe articles (about 20). Contents

Visitors, who attended Mitsubishi stand, were interested not on the phone, which would be available on the market soon, but a concept of a future smartphone. On the one hands, it has a rotated camera, which is placed on the edge of the front cover. On the other hand, it has many integrated modules, which enable to transform this phone into a gaming console, GPS-navigator or other device. Its a prudential policy, but usually manufactures couldnt support many accessories, as the user's demand is not high.

 

One could also see models aimed to Japanese market. They have an individual design, but nothing more captivate features. Besides, they were not allowed to touch and try. So it was not very interesting. You could just view several photos below.

Mitsubishi also introduced such model as m21i. It differs from Alcatel 531 and its based model - Trium m320 in a new keys shape and added i-mode capability. Other features are the same. During the year the company promised to show some new phones aimed to European market, 7, Mercury in particularly.

Other future elaborations are also very impressive. For example, Elemes offers to show availability of one or another subscriber. You could write something by this pen and the text will automatically transmitted to recipient.

The idea of the other elaboration is that a human could remember no only facts but also emotions. Using a magnetic board and soft pearls with record and play functions, your impressions can be recorded and sent to the other similar devices.

The last development is so called Shot-Card a modern business card. Now you could just bring this card to the phones camera and it will read the data, defining the cards barcode. Using these information you could make a call, send e-mail or visit a homepage in the Internet. It is a very unusual piece of plastic, which simplifies inputting of the information. The problem is that whether it is simplier to use many plastic cards or originally store all the information in the phone memory. Nevertheless, it is a new technology.

That is all information about Mitsubishi.

CeBIT 2003. All availalbe articles (about 20). Contents

Eldar Murtazin (eldar@mobile-review.com)
Translated by Maria Sennikova(maria@mobile-review.com)

Published — 24 March 2003

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