It’ll arrive in two models, one packing 4GB and another with a whopping 16GB for storage. We can’t help but wonder if the 16GB model will be noticeably heavier. Probably not. It has a pretty large 3.2″ touchable LCD screen that’s apparently more sensitive than the original Haptic, plus Bluetooth, a five megapixel camera, DMB TV tuner and users are now able to muck about with and personalise their vibration settings.
It’ll cost between 480 and 550 euros, should you be insane enough to buy it without any form of operator subsidy.