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30 March 2006

KDDI Unveil 3D GPS For Mobile Phones

The Japanese company, KDDI, who offer GPS services for mobile phones have recently announced the launch of their new 3D version. This new GPS service uses a Java application, and the screenshots I found at GPS Gazette look very impressive. The graphics look like a simulated 3D video game don't they.

Further to this report, apparently the W43T Toshiba phone supports this GPS function, along with (take a deep breath...) a Listen Mobile Service (LMS), a 3.23MP camera, Bluetooth, Hello Messeenger, a MiniSD slot, and the internet. According to Akihabara News though its speed is diappointing, and the amount of menu's, together with bad coding make navigating around the phone completely incomprehensible.

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