DoCoMo P905i

Bored. Just a nice phone running Linux.

Panasonic, the Japanese giant electronics producer, showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, its Panasonic VIERA P905i mobile phone (or simply Panasonic P905i), a handset that packs lots of evolved features and can stand beside any other high-end phone. Panasonic P905i offers a splendid 3.2 inch VIERA display with a 480 x 854 pixel resolution and a 2000:1 contrast ratio, hence being one of the best TV phones released until now. The handset is 1-Seg compatible, allowing users to watch a wide range of TV programs, and it can be opened both as a normal clamshell and in a TV mode, to offer an excellent viewing experience. Weighing 137 grams and measuring 106 x 49 x 18.5 millimeters (when closed), Panasonic P905i comes with a simple but elegant design and is one of the first phones that runs on the LiMo open source Linux OS. The TV phone offers HSDPA connectivity for data transfer speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps, built-in GPS, video and audio players, a 5.1 Megapixel camera with image stabilizer and video recording at 30 frames per second, and a secondary VGA camera for video calls. Panasonic VIERA P905i in TV mode Enlarge picture On WCDMA networks, the phone can provide 580 hours of stand-by time and 200 minutes of talk-time, while on GSM networks it can offer 260 hours of stand-by time and up to 190 minutes of talk-time. Panasonic P905i is currently available (as FOMA P905i) only via NTT DoCoMo, the largest mobile operator in Japan, in black, white, red and pink-gold. However, I assume it can be used by consumers from other countries too, since it's a quad-band GSM / 3G phone.