The X100, X200, X300, X500 and X700, oddly enough there is no X600 andthe A500 will go on sale in the Asia Pacific region first, no plans were announced for bringing them to North America.
The stylish and mini X100 is equipped with a built-in camera and a high quality 65k color TFT screen. The sleek cameraphone comes in at just 18mm in thickness, and thus, could easily fit in thepockets of a man’s trousers or a woman’s purse. Plus, it has all the essentials that you would expect from Panasonic, like 32 polyphonic ringtones, calendar function, calculator and a WAP browser.Aavailable in the market starting Q4 2004.
Feature Packed The X200 is equipped with a VGA camera and high quality 65k color TFT screen. Plus, it has all the essentials that you would expect from Panasonic, like 16 polyphonic ringtones,calendar function, calculator and WAP browser. You can download a range of games and other Java applications. Available in the market starting Q4 2004.
Photo Friendly With its one-push, pop-up screen, the X300 makes taking pictures and shooting video clips simple. The built-in VGA camera has a handy self-timer function on this new device. Photos orvideos can then be played back on the crystal clear, pop-up 65k colour display.
Communicate in Style By supporting GPRS and MMS, the X300 allows users to send photos and even video clips to a PC or other compatible phone. It may be packed with features, but the X300 is stilllight and easy to use. It’s perfect for style conscious consumers that want the latest technology combined with cutting-edge design. Available from Q3 2004.
Read about more of Panasonic’s phone with pictures at MobileMag