Mobile Phones with Infotainment Accessories
Only about a year ago UTStarcom bought the Audiovox mobile phone business and has parlayed the company name. UTStarcom-Audiovox cell phones are sold around the world and feature some of the most innovative features. Already many of the models include CDMA compatible systems, as well as high-end infotainment accessories such as 2+ megapixel cameras, video recorders, multi-format audio players, pre-packaged ring tones, instant messaging and PC sync capabilities and other fun and functional tricks.
Audiovox: Audio Pioneer
Audiovox has been a worldwide leader in electronics for decades. The company may well have been the first to install a wireless phone in cars early in the 1980s. Competitors were fast at work in development during the same era, but Audiovox has made a strong name. Besides its hand held mobile phones, Audiovox is well recognized for its other consumer electronics especially its high-end car audio systems and video equipment.
Audiovox Mobile Phones
In 2004 Audiovox launched one of its newest phones the PPC 4100. Made for business, thanks to the Windows Mobile platform, this cellphone package offers all the features of any competitor’s smart-phones with an enviably affordable price tag. Other Audiovox phones include:
- SMT5600 is another smartphone entry. This slick and business black handheld/cellphone is GSM powered with big camera, expandable memory and audio player.
- Audiovox is renowned for its affordable, can-do cellphones. The CDM series has those bases covered. These slick stick-styles offer a wide range of affordable features without packaging frou-frou and extravagant details. The CDM4500 gives users access to the web, over a dozen prepackaged ringtones and a long-life battery. Other models include the 9000 and the diminutive 130-XL.
- Audiovox PCX3500XL packages in just what the basic cell user requires within a compact and curvy flip-style.
With the UTStarcom takeover of the former Audiovox cell business, a whole new line-up of cellphones marries the know-how of both companies:
- The new CDM8935 has just recently been announced. Already UTStarcom is boasting about the ultra-trim form and BREW-ready standard.
- CDM8950 is packaged with a flash camera and video recorder/player. This is one hip and ultra-compact flip available through Verizon. Users also get web accessibility and a clear speakerphone.
- The CDM7000 boasts a big and colorful display, compact flip form factor and voice recognition.
- The CDM9200 is wow-factor. This oval clamshell delivers a stunningly colorful display with a good camera and other business-y features.
- Gamers and players will like the CDM105. Packaged with a couple of games, stopwatch and all the text messaging capabilities a ‘player” could want, this is an affordable and compact phone.
- The CDM8460 is a snazzy stick-style with a powerful camera and web functions.
- CDM8920 is a silver clamshell with a high-quality flash camera, web browser and business apps all rolled into one. Take one giant step up to the CDM8940 and you get a look-alike with an additional video recorder.
- UTStarcom-Audiovox CDM-180 is a newer member of the CDM series. This stubby and compact flip model integrates a big, colorful display, built-in camera, and 32 pre-packaged ringtones.
- The PCS1400, a.k.a. the Virgin Mobile ‘Slice,” is a sleek, black stick that’s nothing more than basic and affordable despite its hot image.
- CDM 8915 is the model for the communications maven: advanced text messaging, web browsing enabled and voice recognition; plus a basic flash camera.
- Require a lot of talk time? The CDM7025 holds 300 phone numbers and packs a long-life battery for the ‘chatty-Kathies.”
- The CDM 8610 and 8615 models are very close in company and features. Colorful displays, speakerphones, web-enabled and huge address books are the most outstanding features. Ultra-compact clamshell form factors make for easy portability.
Check out the offical Audiovox site for more information.