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Jun 11, 2007
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Panasonic Begins Delivery of P904i Handsets
to NTT DoCoMo
Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. announced that it has begun shipments of its P904i mobile phones to NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
The P904i adopts new "Brilliant Face Design" combining simplicity and freshness in a compact asymmetric design body with mirror panel. The handset employs Panasonic original high-resolution engine, "Mobile PEAKS PROCESSORTM" that achieves a high contrast ratio of 1000:1, enabling the user to enjoy vivid and high quality motion pictures such as music clips and cartoons.
In addition to integrated music player to play SD-Audio, Windows Media® Audio (WMA) and Chaku-Uta Full® on the same playlist, the handset enables the user to play SD-Audio up to 64 hours, WMA up to 47 hours, and Chaku-Uta Full® up to 60 hours.
Bluetooth® for wireless short-range communications lets the user enjoy listening to music wirelessly or talking on hands-free capability in connection with Bluetooth® compatible devices such as "Wireless Earphoneset P01", audio equipment and car navigation systems.
The 904i supports "Chokkan GameTM" which is played using intuitive motion by "Motion Tracking Techniques" detecting the tilt of the handset by the inner camera. The romantic action game, "Katamari DamacyTM Mobile", which was making waves across the world as home-use game software, is preinstalled.
The handset has also a various fun functions such as autofocus 3.2 megapixels camera with six-axis image stabilizer, large font-size settings, 1,000 preinstalled Deco-mail pictographs, ANSHIN-KEY® wireless lock and fun animation functions, "Feel*Talk® & Feel*Mail®".
Main Features of P904i:
|1.||New "Brilliant Face DesignTM" combining simplicity and freshness in a compact asymmetric design|
|2.||Equipped with 2.8 inches Wide QVGA LCD that achieves a contrast ratio of 1000:1, the highest level in 904i series|
|3.||Equipped with integrated music player to play, SD-Audio, WMA and Chaku-Uta Full® on the same play list|
|4.||Three touch operation of Bluetooth® connection to let the user start playing music more easily|
|5.||Full of fun functions such as "Chokkan-Game", autofocus 3.2 megapixels camera large font-size settings, 1,000 preinstalled Deco-mail pictographs, ANSHIN-KEY and "Feel*Talk & Feel*Mail".|
|Size: (H x W x T)||Approx. 102 X 49 X 17.9 mm (when folded)|
|Weight:||Approx. 115 grams|
|Continuous talk time:||
|Continuous standby time:||Approx. 630 hours (static)
Approx. 400 hours (dynamic)
|Main display:||Approx. 2.8 inches (240 X 400 pixels)
262,144-color TFT LCD
|Sub display:||Approx. 0.8 inches (96 X 25 pixels)
1-color Organic EL
|Cameras:||Outer: autofocus νMaicovicon® Camera
Effective resolution Approx. 3.2 megapixels
Inner: CMOS Camera
Effective resolution Approx. 110,000 pixels
|●||"i-mode","i-motion" and "Music Channel" are trademarks or registered trademarks of NTT DoCoMo Inc.|
|●||"Chaku-Uta full" is a registered trademark of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.|
|●||Microsoft and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corp. in the United States and/or other countries.|
|●||"Bluetooth" is the registered trademark of The Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and its usage is only permitted by a license agreement.|
|●||"νMaicovicon" is a registered trademark of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.|
|●||The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be either registered trademarks or the trademarks of their respective owners.|
About Panasonic Mobile Communications
Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd., whose headquarters are based in Yokohama, Japan, is a worldwide leader in the development and manufacture of mobile communications products. As one of the main business domains for Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., best known for its Panasonic brand digital electronics, Panasonic has been developing cutting edge technologies since its establishment in 1958, including the world's first 3G video handset for the Japanese market in 2001. Panasonic is committed in providing added-value solutions to end-users through its mobile communication products. For more information, please visit www.panasonic.co.jp/pmc/en