Usually, handsets that are the thinnest (fill in the blank) in the world tend to be good, but this time I have a hunch we’re about to be disappointed. Neoi 906E is the device we’re talking about, labelled as “the thinnest QWERTY phone” and the “first micro sized Java J2Me hand phone”.
What we can confirm is that it’s a handset supporting GSM/GPRS connectivity and that it features a QWERTY keyboard, an MP3 player, a camera and a microSD slot. When it comes to design, Neoi 906E is quite average (looks like a calculator), but it seems it’s destined for mass orders (500 units minimum), so it might be rebranded and sold by another company.
[neoi.de via Engadget Mobile]