ASUSTek V80: Slim Cell Catches MPEG-4 Video(?)

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Here's a thin phone from ASUSTek. Well, at 16mm, it's more like last year's thin phone. For comparison, a Moto Q is only 11.5mm thick. But that doesn't mean it's crap. Its 2-megapixel camera can focus to 10cm close, and can shoot MPEG-4 vids (maybe...the spec sheet is somewhat unclear). It also comes in black, white, or "reddish-gold".

Stat-smather and analysis, after the jump.

Systems: GSM 850/900/1800/1900; GPRS Class 10 (Quad band; useful for travelling)
Dimensions: 101mm x 44mm x 16 mm (Thin-ish)
Battery: 750 mAh Li-ion
Talk time: 2.5 to 5 hours
Colors available: Black , White and Reddish Gold
Display: 2.0" 260l color TFT LCD in 176 x 220 resolution (About average)
Phone book: 1000 numbers and 9 quick dials
Messages: SMS, EMS, MMS, E-mail
Cameras: 2M-pixel with auto focus, flash and 10cm close-ups (Woot!)
Multimedia: MP3 , MPEG4 video record, FM radio, speaker amplifier and song lyrics
Ring tones: 64-chord polyphonic and MP3
Voice recording: Call records
Memory: 55MB built-in memory and miniSD support
JAVA: J2ME(CLDC+MIDP2.0), 2 built-in JAVA games
Connections: Bluetooth 1.2 (OPP, BPP, A2DP, AVRCP profile) / USB 1.2/ Bluetooth stereo headphone, data transfers and printing
WAP: WAP 1.2.1 AND WAP 2.0</>


ASUSTek V80 Cellphone [ Via Uberphones ]

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