Despite being billed as the “Killer-Sound Phone” by makers Pantech & Curitel, we’re happy to report that the PT-L1900 doesn’t emit a murderous noise beam, but is in fact a top notch music phone.
Sporting a full Digital Amp Chipset, the PT-L1900 serves up a sonic feast, with 11 acoustic modes, a 7 band equalizer and 3D stereo sound.
MP3, WMA, OGG, MPEG4 audio/video formats are supported, with a 2 megapixel camera offering video recorder/playback, flash light and digital zoom function.
The Korean manufacturers have excelled themselves with the publicity shots, this time shoving the grinning model into a room full of speakers to underline the phone’s music focus. Well subtle!
Back to the phone, the mid-size device (102X48X25.7mm) is dominated by a large, two inch, 240X320 pixels (QVGA), 262k colour TFT LCD display screen, with a slide out keyboard for phone functions.
Onboard there’s 128MB of memory for MP3 files, with a TransFlash card slot for expansion.
The 125g multimedia smartphone comes stuffed with lots of extras too, including alarm clock, calendar, calculator, memo, text viewer, PC sync, photo caller ID, photo album, photo editor, screensaver, wallpaper and games.
Rounding off the feature set is a built in speakerphone, vibrating alert, MOD (Music On Demand), MMS, WAP browser, PictBridge support, Voice recording and USB connectivity.
The makers claim up to 190 hours of standby time and up to 3½ hours of talk time.
Available in silver and white, we’ve no idea when – or if – this Killer-Sound Phone will make the shores of Blighty, but if you’re prepared to do battle with babelfish, you can find out more information from their website: