Puma Unveils Solar Powered Puma Phone Made By Sagem

Written By Sam on 18 February 2010
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Puma, the largest German multinational company that produces amazing sportswear and lifestyle footwear is now set to rock the mobile market too. Puma unleashed its most anticipated PUMA PHONE in the MWC 2010. Developed in collaboration with Sagem, PUMA phone is a solar-powered phone that comes in stylish design with impressive features.

PUMA Phone is integrated with a solar cell that helps the users recharge the handset. Running on a special operating system, “Puma Phone” is a touch screen device with Solar panel at its back. Weighing around 115g Puma Phone comes with 102 x 56 x 13 mm dimensions with a 240 x 320 TFT Touch screen, which is not really bad! Other features of Puma Phone include 3.2 mega pixel camera with LED flash, FM radio, Video recorder, built-in mapping software, Internet access, AGPS, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR, and Battery Standby time up to 350 hours. Puma Phone has a pedometer, stopwatch and a GPS tracker and it will enable you to access as well as download different widgets available in the Puma website. Though the price of the Puma Phone not yet revealed, with many impressive features this wonderful phone will hit the market in April.

Features of Puma Phone

  • Dimensions – 102 x 56 x 13 mm
  • TFT Touch screen with 240 x 320 pixels
  • 3.2 mega pixel camera with LED flash
  • Solar powered cell with charge indicator.
  • Bluetooth 2.1 EDR
  • Internet access and allows downloading widgets and soft wares from Puma website.
  • Analogue stopwatch, GPS tracker, GPS bike speedo, Pedometer, an Yachting compass
  • FM radio and Video recorder

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