Wrist Phone Sighted
A unique wrist phone has been seen online - not many (properly translated) details are available.
(Mystery wrist phone)
For what it's worth, here's what the site has to say, via Google's Chinese -> English beta translator:
In actual use, you will find that the CEC leaders F88 watches shape, though small, but ordinary mobile phone has a lot of configuration.
...three circles, the F88 will be the display screen mobile phones, digital keyboard and click functions are integrated into the heart. Only 95-100g (including batteries) weight makes sense - F88 Beixian.
I think it looks cool, if bulbous, and that forties wrist-radio gadget beloved of comic book fans will get here one day. Dick Tracy fans should also check out the Eurotech wrist computer.
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