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Wednesday, December 27, 2006
New Phone from China Looks Promising


TIANYU is a company I have never heard of before. The Chinese manufacturer's new touchscreen-enabled candybar looks like it could be a winner.



The 220 x 176 display is not as detailed as most, the 1.3 megapixel cam perfectly average, and the 64MB of internal memory with microSD expansion is nothing to write home about, but the integrated FM radio, A2DP, and touchscreen with Chinese character recognition are pretty cool. And let's be honest: at $1280 HKD (about $165 USD) for the 13.5 millimeter candybar on the street, it's probably hard to go wrong.


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