Call via GSM and VoIP from one phone

v-click

D-Link released a new dual-mode phone line – V-Click. The new phones will allow to make calls via 900/1800/1900MHz GSM/GPRS networks or VoIP using available WiFi connection. There is a special button to enable/disable VoIP connection. Once enabled, users can make SIP-based VoIP calls or hit the web over the bundled Opera Mobile browser and 176×220 pixel display.

Key features include:

  • Wi-Fi® profile roaming for uninterrupted service between wireless zones
  • Opera Mobile™ browser for hot spot log-in and Web surfing
  • Email functionality – 50 emails can be stored in up to 10 accounts
  • Large color screen display with 176 by 220 pixels
  • Sleek, compact form factor (height, 4.17″, width, 1.73″, depth, .75″; weight, 3.32 oz)
  • Smart text input
  • Talk time – up to 5 hours GSM, 2 hours 802.11 wireless mode
  • Messages – up to 30 messages can be stored at 459 characters each
  • Phonebook – up to 300 contacts
  • Data storage – up to 24 megabytes for documents, images, music and video files.
  • Tasks – stores up to 100 entries
  • Calendar – up to 100 events, 160 letters per event
  • Charging – 3 hours, first time charge 8 hours
  • Compact design with internal antenna
  • Power-saving mode for maximum standby and talk time

The V-CLICK dual-mode, tri-band mobile phone is scheduled to ship early next year at recomended price $599.99.

[via Engadget]

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