UTStarcom Personal Communications New CDM8960 Camera Phone Combines Sophisticated Technology With Sophisticated Style
LAS VEGAS and HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Slim, curvaceous and
packed with technological muscle, the CDM8960 camera phone from UTStarcom
Personal Communications, a division of UTStarcom, Inc. (Nasdaq: UTSI), is a
great little package. By combining a small, thin form factor with a large
list of features including Bluetooth(R), memory expansion and a 1.3 megapixel
camera, the CDM8960 delivers both sophisticated wireless communications
capabilities and smart styling. The CDM8960 made its official debut today at
the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in the UTStarcom booth
(# 30306 South Hall 3).
Sleek Handset Offers High Resolution Camera, Bluetooth(R) and More
'In a word, the CDM8960 is smooth. A sophisticated handset with a low
profile design, the phone looks and feels great and offers superb camera phone
Measuring (h) 3.7' x (w) 1.9' x (d) 0.8' and weighing 3.2 ounces with the
standard battery, the CDM8960 is one the slimmest cell phones to be sold in
the U.S. The dual-band (800/1900 MHz CDMA) multimedia camera phone features
EVDO capability designed to make it quick and easy to browse the Internet.
With Bluetooth capability, the handset is designed to connect with other
Bluetooth devices in a cinch. In addition, the CDM8960 is designed to support
video on demand and music on demand (carrier dependent) allowing mobile users
to download their favorite movies, TV shows, and songs.
With the 1.3 megapixel camera, consumers will have no trouble snapping,
saving and sending photos to their friends and family. The CDM8960 is
designed to allow text, picture and video messaging and has a standard memory
of 64 MB Flash/64 MB Ram, and a built-in mini-SD card slot allows mobile users
to store additional multimedia files.
Videos and photos will appear sharp on the handset's two-inch 262 Color
TFT (176 x 220) main display screen and 1.1' 65K Color CSTN (96 x 96) exterior
screen. The CDM8960 is designed to support many of the popular video (MPEG4,
WMV, 3GP, 3G3, H.263 and H.262), image (JPG, GIF, Animated GIF, MBP, WBMP,
PNG, BCI and SVG) and audio (MIDI, SP-MIDI, PMD, QCP-13K, EVRC, I-MELODY, MMF,
MP3, WMA, AAC and AAC+) formats.
Additional features of the CDM8960 include a built-in speakerphone, CMK 72
polyphonic ringtones, voice-activated dialing, E911 supported and TTY/TTD
capable. It comes with a standard Lithium Ion 950 mAh battery allowing up to
218 minutes of continuous talk time and up to 334 hours of standby time.
About UTStarcom Personal Communications
UTStarcom Personal Communications is changing the way the world
communicates through innovative wireless devices that deliver advanced
communications solutions to improve personal lifestyles.
UTStarcom Personal Communications provides wireless communications devices
including handsets, PocketPCs and wireless broadband modems to carriers
throughout North and
UTStarcom, Inc., and by third-party original equipment manufacturers.
UTStarcom Personal Communications Division is based in Hauppauge, New York,
and maintains offices and support facilities throughout the U.S.,
Latin America, Korea and
Forward Looking Statements
This release includes forward-looking statements, including the foregoing
statements regarding the anticipated features, design, portability, size,
performance, functionality and battery life of the CDM8960, and the
expectations regarding the benefits to the users of the CDM8960. These
statements are forward-looking in nature and subject to risks and
uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially. These risk
factors include rapidly changing technology, the changing nature of global
telecommunications markets, the termination of contracts and/or strategic
relationships, the direction and results of future research and development
efforts, evolving product and applications standards, reduction or delays in
system deployments, product transitions, potential non-realization of backlog,
changes in demand for and acceptance of the Company's products, general
adverse economic conditions, and trends and uncertainties such as changes in
government regulation and licensing requirements. The Company also refers
readers to the risk factors identified in its latest Annual Report on Form
10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and Current Reports on Form 8-K, as filed
with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
SOURCE UTStarcom, Inc.