Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Panasonic GD55 : One of the smallest GSM phones in the world

Panasonic GD55 is One of the smallest GSM phones in the world. Key features include speaker phone, GPRS high-speed data, EMS messaging, polyphonic ringtones, and tri-band world roaming. The uniqueness of this phone is that it is the smallest tri-band GSM-standard device. But judge for yourself, phone the size of 77 x 43 x 16.9 mm and weighs 65 grams. Phone drowns in his hand, and carry it easily in a shirt pocket or jeans, size allow it. Currently available in three colors - silver, red and pink.

General 2G Network GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900

Announced 2002, Oct

Status Discontinued

Size Dimensions 77 x 43 x 17 mm, 51 cc

Weight 65 g

Display Type Graphics

Size 112 x 64 pixels

- Blue backlight

- 20 wallpapers

- CallerID graphics

Sound Alert types Vibration; Polyphonic(4) ringtones, composer

Speakerphone No

Memory Phonebook 250

Call records 20 dialed, 10 received, 10 missed calls

Card slot No

- Message templates

- 100 calendar events

Data GPRS No


3G No


Bluetooth No

Infrared port No


Camera No

Features Messaging SMS, EMS

Browser WAP 1.2.1

Radio No

Clock Yes

Alarm Yes

Games 1

Colors 3 - Silver, Red, Pink


Java No

- T9

- Organizer

Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 720 mAh

Stand-by Up to 230 h

Talk time Up to 8 h

The Series

Panasonic GD67

Panasonic GD 67 Dual Band GSM Mobile Phone comes in candy bar design and the body colour of this phone is black. It has an LCD display that boasts of 101 x 80 pixels and a 256k colour depth. This phone sports joystick navigation buttons that enables easy navigating through different menu functions. This mobile also come with a few security features, which consists of a SIM card lock, Phone lock and a Keypad lock. The call making and receiving button with other key buttons seem quite ergonomic while other options present here are Speed dial, Automatic redial, Speed dial and voice dialling. You also have a caller ID option.

(old handphone - www.old-handphone.blogspot.com)

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