Grundig B700 – Looks like a Blackberry and Runs on Linux

by Nick

Grundig B700

Grundig is better known for their sound systems and radios, but now they’re aiming at the cellphone market. Grundig Mobile is launching the B700 Ultra Slim Communicator, a Blackberry style smartphone that runs on a Linux operating system. The design is very simple, but it also looks effective, with a QWERTY keyboard with SureType® technology, just like the Blackberry.

The B700 has features like a 2.4” QVGA display, a Push Email POP3 client, a 2 megapixels camera with 4x zoom and LED flash, a MP3 player and FM radio. The internal memory is only 100 MB, but you can expand this capacity to 1 GB using the microSD memory card slot. The B700 is a quad-band GSM / EDGE smartphone with Bluetooth connectivity and a USB port. The B700 is only 0,39 inches thin, and it weights 3,13 ounces. The problem about the B700 is the battery, that only lasts two and a half hours of talk time, and 150 hours in standby mode.

Visit the Grundig Mobile for more information.

Via Celularis.

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