Pantech has unveiled IM-U110 a CDMA phone to be released in the next week or so under the SKY brand in Korea. It is a flip phone with a memory of 1 GB for music storage.
The music formats supported are AAC, AAC+ and MP3. The camera has a 2 megapixel camera and can store upto 1024 photos at high resolution (assuming you don’t have any music on the handset). The phone also supports PictBridge technology allowing the phone to send images directly to a printer for printing.
Its expected to be priced around $650 and will probibly never hit U.S. shores.
Via [Tech Ticker]