Audiovox CDM-8910 Phone Breaks the 1 Mega-Pixel Mark

Audiovox CDM-8910 Phone Breaks the 1 Mega-Pixel Mark


Complete with a 1 mega-pixel digital camera, built-in flash, and auto sensor, the new CDM-8910 mobile handset from Audiovox Communications Corporation, was unveiled Friday at CES 2004.

The handset will give users the option to send and receive photos right from their wireless phone. Weighing just 3.2 ounces and measuring 3.5 x 1.9 x .9 in the tri-mode (800 MHz mps/CDMA, 1900 MHz PCS), CDMA2000 1X Capable (system dependent) features the MSM6100 Chipset and is GPSOne Capable (E911 Phase2 Supported), also system dependent.

The full color handset has dual LCD displays with a main 260K TFT 1.8″ LCD display (128x 60) and sub 260K TFT 1″ LCD Display (96x 64) as well as a built-in two-way speakerphone, a built-in CMOS 1.3M Pixel with Macro Function, voice activated dialing and 32 polyphonic ringers. The phone is Java/BREW capable, data capable with USB interface (up to 144 kbps), TTY capable, ERI capable and has 2-way short message service, all system dependent.

“The CDM-8910 will be a great addition to the growing line of camera phones that ACC offers,” said ACC President and CEO, Philip Christopher. “With a built-in flash and lightweight design, the CDM-8910 is perfect for people who want more features in a smaller handset.”