By March 16, 2009

Hyundai watch easier to justify


Coming weeks after Orange announced they would be pushing LG’s pricey watchphone, Hyundai have produced a watchphone not priced at £1000. Read the rest of the post from PMP Today after the break.


I still prefer the LG GD910, as far as legit watch phones or phone watches are concerned, but the LG phone watch is darned pricey and Hyundai has an alternative that is at least $500 cheaper, and in addition, I really like how Hyundai made a splash as a new entrant in the mobile industry.

For only 220 euros ($284) you get a triband GSM wristwatch phone with a 1.5-inch touchscreen and 128 MB of storage. It has a USB port and Bluetooth with 3 days on stand by and 3 hours of talk. I wonder if it’ll still keep time once the battery runs out. I’m sure it does, though. It should be available Q2 of this year.

[via mobilegazette]

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