Modu becomes officially available in Israel

Modu becomes officially available in Israel
The information that the Modu was about to hit the stores in Israel this month turned out to be true after all. The cell phone with innovative, module-based design is currently on offer with the local carrier Cellcom and the team of Mobo.co.il has shared their first impressions. As a whole, the handset doesn´t come placed within a single module (or jacket), the thing is really small and the manufacturer claims it´s actually the smallest cell phone to date, which makes it a direct competitor to another odd, tiny device - the Neonode N2. Modu sports quite a bantam screen to modern standards that measures 1.3 inches and supports 65k colors. The available handset jackets look fairly ordinary and remind us of Xpress-On Covers by Nokia, because they alter the overall look. We hope more complex modules roll out soon, like the promised JBL loudspeakers and ... why not even a touch sensitive screen?


The Modu and a single jacket can be had at the modest price of $130 in Israel and we still don´t have information whether or not it´s coming to other markets.

source: Mobo via EngadgetMobile
Modu becomes officially available in Israel


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2 Comments

1. PokeFanaticJosh

Posts: 8; Member since: Feb 23, 2009

Those are awesome!!!

2. Dood

Posts: 269; Member since: Mar 23, 2009

actually, i bet they'd sell like crazy here. I have too many customers that get tired of the same old phone month in and month out. But they don't get an upgrade but every 20 months...

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