Pantech announced PG-2800 finger writing recognition phone

Pantech announced PG-2800 finger writing recognition phone

At the SVIAZ Expo Comm show in Russia, Pantech plans to showcase its PG-2800 that is a pretty ordinary GSM phone with a new feature called “finger writing recognition” which actually allows you to “write” symbols on the keypad (standard numeric one). This isn't anything interesting for us, but comes handy if you have to input characters in Russian (Cyrillic) or Chinese language. Still, the 2800 will feature two color displays (262k internal and 65k external) with 1.3-megapixel camera and MP3 player with slot for memory.

A couple of PG-2800 phones and PG-3600V



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