NEC is launching its smallest ever mobile handset next week, created by its in-house team, headed by NEC Corporation design manager Toru Ichihashi. The product goes on show at the CeBIT technology show, which opens in Hanover today. The credit card-sized product is a 2.5 Generation device featuring a camera and ultra-thin circuit board to reduce size and weight. The credit card-sized handset measures 85mm by 54mm and is designed to be used in conjunction with an earphone and mic. It goes on sale later this year.
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