NTT DoCoMo Unveils 23 Handsets in New 905i and 705i Series.
All 10 handsets in the 905i series are variously equipped for advanced functions and convenient services, including 3G/GSM international roaming, HSDPA, "One-segment" mobile TV, GPS location information, enhanced "2in1" combining the capabilities of two phones in one handset, and the DCMX(TM) credit card and iD(TM)credit payment services.
The 905i series also offers upgraded entertainment value, including the Music & Video Channel(TM) service and "Chokkan Game" intuitive motion/voice-activated gaming. The series provides enhanced mobile convenience, such as easy-to-read interactive maps that show routes to desired destinations. The series also comes with an expanded Kisekae Tool(TM) for detailed customization of screen layouts, calendars and other phone content, as well as optional extra-large text for easy viewing. In addition, 905i phones are compatible with the new "Area mail" disaster information service, which automatically provides people in disaster areas with vital information.
The 705i series comprises 13 new handsets that sport slim, sophisticated designs and are packed with a surprising array of full-spec features. The lineup of 705i handsets includes the world's slimmest clamshell and waterproof models, as well as the slimmest handset configured for One-segment. Advanced services are available with the series, such as HSDPA (including the L705iX model offering ultrahigh-speed data communication up to 7.2Mbps), Osaifu-Keitai(TM) and 3G/GSM international roaming, as well as One-segment terrestrial digital broadcasting. The 705i series also boasts models designed by "amadana"-brand consumer-products maker Realfleet and motion-graphics creator TGB Design.
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About Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT)
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (TSE: 9432; NYSE: NTT) was established in 1952 as a state-owned telecommunications public corporation and in 1986 converted to a private company to be the largest telecommunications company in Japan and the second largest in the world. NTT and its 430 group companies provide a wide range of telecommunications services. One of the important missions of NTT group is to contribute to the achievement of a Ubiquitous Broadband society. For more information, please visit http://www.ntt.co.jp/index_e.html
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