Know how to dig yourself an even deeper hole, after your website inadvertently leaks upcoming products? Ask the site that blogs about them first to remove the screenshots. Not before other sites grabbed them too, though...
I'm baffled. How a phone that is both a writing utensil and a device for making calls to other humans—humans who might also be writing with their pen phones when I call upon them—could fail is beyond me.
Sure, these days it seems like everyone has an iPhone, but in bizarro 2010 literally everyone has a watchphone. They're miniature. They're wireless. They have geometric buttons. And they're eating bizarro AT&T's bandwidth alive. Oh, 1995, you are so naive.
Samsung's only real watchphone competitor hasn't even launched its product yet, so it's a little early for the marketing oneupmanship. Regardless, the S9110 is an impressive piece of kit, with a 1.76-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, email support and MP3 playback.
The watch phone we've seen LG toying with over the last few days (and behind glass at last year's CES) is now for real, and will hit production "later this year"
The announcement earlier this week that Tag Heuer was designing a luxury cellphone didn't inspire shock as much as a raised eyebrow, but Biggs the watch fetishist over at Crunchgear dug through his old archives and found this rendering. Dated January 18, Dialaphone.uk found these renders of a possible Tag Heuer…
Finally something to go up against the multi-talentedM500 GSM-MP3-MP4 watch: the IMOBILE Flying C1000. Touchscreen, Bluetooth, GSM phone, 60MB built-in memory, there are a couple more shots after the jump.