National Geographic publishes the phone for travel

 
April 16, 2009, 7:20 pm

 
national geographic publishes the phone for travel   The National Geographic Society (National Geographic Society) in conjunction with mobile operator Cellular Abroad cell phone provided for the traveler - Duet D888. The peculiarity of the model - two slots for SIM-cards. The rest of this apparatus the middle class in monoblock form factor and does not differ in any particular performance or program stuffing. According to the organizers, the presence of the second SIM-card local operator (the first from Cellular Abroad) allows traveler to save on communication in a foreign country. Duet D888 produces company Beyond E-Tech.
Specifications Model:
  • Network:GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz;
  • Display:2, 8-inch with a resolution 240h320 points;
  • :2-megapixel camera;
  • Communications:USB, Bluetooth;
  • FM-radio;
  • Dimensions:111h50h17 mm;
  • Weight:112 grams.
The cost of the phone manufacturer`s website is $ 350, a contract operator - $ 59.

 

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