Small is small. That’s good, I guess, but sometimes it gets a bit ridiculous. Take the TelePaq A8, for instance. It is a triband GSM phone that comes in a very small package. How small? How does 98 x 58 x 25 mm and 130 grams sound? It has a 2.3” screen that is touch sensitive for navigation, a WAP browser and some very basic PIM functions.
That’s what it has, but this phone is more remarkable for its shortcomings. A camera, but at 0.3 megapixels it is downright useless. It doesn’t have Bluetooth. It doesn’t have EDGE. It doesn’t really have anything profound or unique. Still, it is really small, and some people get off on that kind of thing.
In the end I guess it doesn’t really matter for most of us how good this phone is, since the phone is only available in Korea anyway. Like most of the phones that get released over there, there is very little chance it will make it over here.