We have had enough 'iPhone killers,' but some just don't give up. Almost every cellphone geek aspires to have the best features in a single phone. Adapting the Swiss army knife concept for the cellphone, a new handset called iCEphone is expected soon.
The iCEphone that stands for In Case of Emergency Phone, also known as the medical phone, has all that you need in its package. Initially designed to meet the requirements of the British military, the iCEphone consists of cross platform medical software and convergence technology level hardware. The creators call it a micro-notebook. If you are wondering what this phone has to offer, then get ready to be boggled by its features. The phone has three different panels, one with a 3-inch touchscreen display, another having a QWERTY keyboard with a mouse trackpad, and finally the third with special function controls.
The iCEphone offers both desktop and handheld modes, literally trying to rub off the thin line between ultraportables and notebooks.
Specifications of the phone are:
- GSM Quadband 850/900/1800/1900, GPRS/EDGE - 7.2 Mbps HSDPA UMTS 2100 connectivity - Freescale iMX31 532 Mhz CPU - 3 inch 240 400 px 65K color transflective TFT touchscreen - Windows Mobile 6.0 Pro OS - 3.1 mpx camera with autofocus and LED flash - Built-in GPS - Wi-Fi b/g - 1250 mAh battery - Dimensions: 127 60.8 23.3 mm - Weight: 210 g