By >Daimaou - G.G-B
NEC CASIO Summer 2011 Phone Line-up
NEC CASIO mobile had a little press conference this afternoon in Japan in order to talk in depth about their latest models introduces respectively during Docomo and KDDI’s event this past two days, and gave us the occasion to play with some models we did not cover.
We will skip intentionally the Media N-06C since we already covered this model in depth but will concentrate on three other models including the :
Finally we had the chance to play with the G’zOne IS11CA also known as G’zOne Commando in North America. If I am not the kind og guy who’s looking for an “Indiana Jones” type smartphone, I have to admit that the G’zOne IS11CA is a pretty tempting phone. Not only it is an extremely well built phone, capable to withstand the worse but also extremely feature rich with an incredible amount of Casio only Apps (G’zGEAR) that will fir most of your outdoor needs. Definitively by fat the best “Tuned” Android 2.3 Experience I have seen so far on a Japanese phone.
Casio EXILIM CA-01C
Love Casio EXILIM Point and Shoot? So you will love this new Casio EXILIM “Feature Phone”! The CA-01C is one of the most advance camera phone available this year, with a 16.3Mpix Camera, the CA-01C will shoot gorgeous photo, thanks to Casio’s EXILIM Image engine, but also stunning 1080p videos! Want more? No problems since the CA-01C also comes with a 3D Screen and is capable to shoot VGA 3D Videos and 3D Photo (Swipe Mode), comes with a f IPX5/8 Body, WiFi, DLNA, FM Radio, a 3.4” Touchscreen with touch AF and Casio’s EXILIM State of the art UI.
Like the CA-01C, the N-05C is a features phones that also comes with a IPX5/8 Body, 1Seg, Wifi, GPS, Dolby Mobile, DLNA a 8.1Mpix Exmor R For mobile censor with AF and 1080p Video. But one of the most important features on this model with its nice slide-out keyboard and its multitouch 3.4” screen.
The last model and the least interesting was the CA0007 from Casio
This “Design” feature phone comes with a 3.2” FWVGA screen, a 8Mpix Camera, GPS, is also IPX5/8 , pedometer and a bunch of little penguins icons and menus that I really don’t understand really care what are they doing nor interested to know.