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If your style leans toward the GI look and you crave that olive drab chic in a cellphone, NTT DoCoMo is planning to move out a music phone that looks vaguely like a WWII-era walkie-talkie. It has a 2.8-inch display and a 320,000-pixel camera and is well domesticated, shipping with a cradle, headphones and a remote control. Even though it only has 1GB of flash memory, it's designed to download songs from NTT's 3G mobile phone network, offered to customers in Japan for $8.40 a month.

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To ship in Japan on April 8, there's no word on pricing or US availability.

NTT DoCoMo preps army-style music phone [Reg Hardware]