Last edited by Yakumo; 09-07-2005 at 09:42 AM. Reason: Image Links fixed, big fella
Pics don't load ;)
But maybe it's this?
Last edited by LeGIt; 09-07-2005 at 06:55 AM.
My Feedback Thread
Sega Dreamcast: Evil Twin Cyprien's Chronicles Beta [Bananabreak]
Sega Dreamcast: Ball Breakers v0.800 GD-R Beta [Bananabreak]
Sega Dreamcast: Chicken Run Source Code [Bananabreak]
Sega Dreamcast: Street Fighter III 3rd Strike v1.000 NTSC-U Beta [FLT]
Sega Dreamcast: Carrier v0.100 GD-R Beta [Bananabreak]
Sony PlayStation: Deuce (UNRELEASED)
What no pics?
Looks like one of those xelibiri mobile phones :-)
Last edited by virtual alan; 09-07-2005 at 07:04 AM.
....Full on Mario collector....
I will ask my brother-in-law in Seoul about this one when I speak to him next time...
Is this thing already out, or is it still under development?
I can't see Assembler's pic either, but I see Legit's. Doesn't look very comfortable to speak into, but I can see its functionality as a console. I'd still love to try it. I'm hoping there'll be pics of games or something somewhere. Why do manufacturers and distributors not bring these models to the western side of the pond?
I went to the website and the phones this company makes are quite advanced. Korea is becoming very advanced in Computing, Internet, and Telephones, it seems. Which really makes me glad - competition is always a good thing - and this might make Japan and the U.S. expand that technology faster.
the life cycle of mobile phone in Korea is about 3 months... O_oOriginally Posted by XerdoPwerko
no wonder they are advanced mate... Think Korea is one of few countries Nokia hasn't had much sucess...
Add Japan to that list along with Sony Erricson. That's because the phones by those two companies are laughably bad compared to stuff by Sharp, Panasonic or even Toshiba. What's even more odd is that the Panasonic and Sharp phones I saw in the UK last year were shit too and looked nothing like the ones they released in Japan that year or before.Originally Posted by dj898
Korea has some nice phones but they are still more like western ones in terms of menus and actual options. However they are getting better all the time.
Originally Posted by Yakumo
Just wondering, if I were to buy a Japanese mobile phone, would I be able to use it in Europe as well?
Not unles it was a 3G model which there aren't that many of. I know mine is 2G so Japan only even though it's Vodafone. No worry though, I don't go abroad very often anyway :) You couldn't buy a japanese phone anyway because you don't have an address here. It's a strange system but you can't just go to a shop and buy a phone. You must get a contract with it.Originally Posted by Perkunas
Hmm, maybe we should get this back on topic :)
Weird looking, but I'm interested. How big is it supposed to be?
and if that thing does the live TV as well I'm sold. :p
probably it does anyway...
It looks like a woman's compact for their make-up.
looks like those early UMTS Mobiles...
It looks so bad, it has to be the best thing ever!
I just bought one yesterday, I am (to coin a Mc'D phrase) lovin' it!Originally Posted by the_steadster
Goat is animal
Actually looks pretty good, although the control pad looks like a pain in the ass to use.
Collection list: http://users.ign.com/collection/jasonkhowell
Actually Nokia phones are quite advanced, and have the ability to use full-scale internet, irc and so on :)
Feel visible matter.
Feel invisible matter.
There is life everywhere.
A nokia phone is a cavemans tool for a japanese phone user.Originally Posted by KuKzz