Zenum's "premium design" Opus smartphone to launch early 2007

Mobile phones, PDAs

Planned for a launch in November this year, Zenum’s Opus smartphone will now make a stylish entrance early in 2007, the company has announced.

The reason? It still needs “some improvment”. What will improve, we don’t know. The current spec is a tri-band phone with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth (with A2DP wireless stereo support), a two megapixel camera, QWERTY keyboard, 64MB RAM, 128MB Flash ROM, miniSD support and a 700MHz Texas Instruments OMAP 750 CPU. It runs with Windows Mobile 5.0.

It’s being billed as a phone with “premium design”, doubtless to appeal to all those tax exile in its native Switzerland. Judging by the image, it’s certainly not without an element of style, but you can make your mind up in March 2007, when the phone will finally hit the shelves.

Zenum website

Via The Register

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Dave Walker
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