Casio to launch W53CA Exilim mobile handset with five megapixel camera

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Casio do a mobile phone? Well, yes – if you happen to be in Korea. Because that’s where you’ll find the newly-launched W53CA Exilim mobile handset.

Details of the clamshell handset are still scarce, but one thing is for sure, it packs a decent camera (as you would expect bearing the Exilim name). A five megapixel model with auto focus and image stabilisation function. Storage is via microSD card and there’s a choice of colours – red, white and black.

Casio website

Via Aving

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