Adiovox announces new phones for the CTIA

Adiovox announces new phones for the CTIA

AudioVox 8930

Audiovox 8930 is  a swivel clamshell-style 1.3 mega pixel camera phone with macro 
function and built-in flash. The phone can hold 20 images or record up to 10 minutes of video.
The handset is tri-mode (800/1900 MHz CDMA, 800 AMPS), CDMA2000 1X capable and has GPS
functionality. The display is 262k TFT LCD. Notable feature is the dual speaker design - allows
stereo playback with 64-voice polyphonic ringtones supported . The phone also features Java or
BREW (depending on the carrier) and also has MPEG-4 encoding and decoding capability.


 

Audiovox CDM-8920

The second phone introduced was the CDM-8920. Like the 8930 it has a 1.3 mega pixel camera
with macro function and flash which turns on automatically when it is needed. The Audiovox 8920
also is tri-mode (800/1900 CDMA, 800 AMPS) with 260k TFT 1.8" display internal and 260k 1"
internal display, two-way speakerphone and 32-voice polyphonic ringtones. The phone will support
BREW or JAVA and will have a USB interface.

 


 

Audiovox CDM-8910

Unlike the rest of the just introduces phones, the CDM-8910 has only a 310k pixel camera with
flash. The main display is 65k 1.8" and the external one is 1" black and white. BREW or JAVA
will be supported. In addition, it has two-way speakerphone, voice-activated dialing and 32-voice polyphonic ringtones.




AudioVox CDM-8615

The phone is entry model and lacks camera. The clam-shell styled 8616's main display is 1.8" 65k
STN and the external is 1" black and white. The phone supports 32-voice polyphonic ringtones and
has a built-in speakerphone.

 

Check out articles section for live picture of the announced phones.

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