BenQ released a new mobile phone model, the BenQ T60 model. This product targets people who expect much from their phones, from design to multimedia features to technology and usability.
The Germans have a word for mobile phone, as in English we use cellphones or mobile phones, or simply phones, they use handy, a word which may be translated to a word correlated to usefulness, as in English the word itself has that precise meaning. Coming with a commodious 2.2-inch QVGA TFT LCD display, infrequent for its 8.9mm thinness, a 3.2 megapixel photo out of a built-in camera and a high-quality multimedia player, this model may introduce to slim phones an upper-class rare quality.
And this is by far not everything this product can do. BenQ T60 comes with a micro SD card slot, integrated stereo FM raio, 24 MB internal memory. This model can read and play a long range of multimedia formats as MPEG4, MP3, AMR, Midi and SP-Midi. How could Bluetoot be absent? T60 comes with stereo sound A2DP, remote control support, and USB connectivity.
Its futuristic design makes this model will satisfy any dainty user, and its usefulness will please anyone who wants a good-looking phone with any handy feature.
With all its capabilities, design and everything else attached to this model, we can safely say that this model introduces new improvements and increases quality from a fashion point of view.