South Korea is about to get a small 4 megapixel cameraphone.
Local manufacturer VK Mobile has now released the VK2200 handset that features an interesting new design -- with the d-pad and send / end and softkeys opposing each other instead of happily grouped in the usual moon-circling-planet design. Mobile goodness of the VK2200 includes that 4 megapixel shooter to rock those MMS messages over that included but painfully slow GPRS Class 10 data connection, a rather paltry 1.66 inch LCD display with an old-school rez of 160 x 128, 128MB of internal memory, the obligatory and slow USB 1.1 connection and Bluetooth 1.2.
The VK2200 does have something over most other handsets -- it's the size of a credit card (not in thickness, of course) an weighs just 53 grams with battery. View the VK2200 as it is unboxed over at thinktechno if you really want to see how small this is.