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Time to contact your local Korean import guy, since the Pantech IM-R110 is just about ready to see the light of day. It's a cellphone with one of those newfangled "t" screens that pivots on command. The cellphone also works as a portable media player (one that can accept DMB broadcasts, no less) but the camera is only two megapixels. I say "only" because cellphones in here in the U.S. are starting to feature such cameras, which means that the Korea phones should be at least five megapixels. Korean cellphones > U.S. cellphones as a rule of thumb. Please accept these photos in lieu of other actual facts.

This image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here.
This image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here.

Will Pantech ever release the IM-R110 here? Probably not, which is a shame since it looks pretty groovy.

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IM-R110, the new Sky [Akihabaranews.com]