J-Phone unveils two new 'Movie Sha-mail' handsets, 'thereby bringing the pleasures of the Movie Sha-mail service to even greater number of individuals'

August 30, 2002

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TOKYO -- J-PHONE Co., Ltd. ("J-PHONE") announced today it will offer two new Movie Sha-mail (video messaging) handsets from the beginning of October 2002, the J-SA51 (manufactured by Sanyo) and the J-SH52 (manufactured by Sharp). Movie Sha-mail is a service that enables users to send video clips of up to five seconds with sound as e-mail attachments. The J-SA51 features the industry's largest built-in, one-inch STN LCD "Notification Display" and can take pictures at low light levels with its highly sensitive embedded CCD mobile camera. In addition, the J-SA51 can compress or expand ZIP files as well as send or receive them as e-mail attachments. The J-SH52 comes with new video and voice recording features compatible with SD memory cards which allow for longer recording times. The handset can also take pictures at VGA resolution (640 x 480 pixels) with its 310,000 pixel built-in CCD mobile camera. Camera functions are also greatly enhanced by a mobile light and an embedded color sub-display that can be used as a photo viewfinder. With the addition of the J-SA51 and the J-SH52 to J-PHONE's lineup, there is now a total of six Movie Sha-mail handsets available, thereby bringing the pleasures of the Movie Sha-mail service to even greater number of individuals. J-Phone Co. Ltd.

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