Tune-loving, touchscreen-sporting NEC N6206/N908


    Rocking a touchscreen display but eschewing a standard keypad altogether is the all-new NEC N6206 (also dubbed the N908) cell phone being showcased at ITU Telecom World 2006. Your primary controls are via the touchscreen interface, but from there you’ll be able to boot up the integrated music player, load up its Bluetooth wireless connectivity, and preview those snazzy snapshots you’ll be taking with the built-in camera (there is a separate shutter button, thankfully).

    They’ve kept the package quite slim at just 12.8mm thick, while keeping the 260k color display an ample size (2.2-inch QVGA). Other key features include a microSD expansion slot, handwriting recognition, email, scheduler, 150 minutes of talk, and 110-150 hours of standby.