NEC Medias ES N-05D – As thin as Android smartphones get!

NEC Medias ES N-05D - as thin as they get

I just realized that I’m spamming the exclamation mark and if anyone developed a drinking game up to this point, they might just be dead from alcohol poisoning by now. But irrelevant, we’re taking a quick look at NEC’s Medias ES N-05D Android smartphone, a device which is closing in on its launch with NTT DoCoMo a Japanese network.

As chance has it, NEC was the first to grab the title of thinnest smartphone last year and as chance has it again, they didn’t get to keep the title for too long. The issue in that case was the Motorola Droid RAZR which popped up shortly after it. However, the company did not let that one go and decided to take another stab at it. The NEC Medias ES N-05D is the end result and boy could you stab people with it!

I’m not saying that you should, but there’s always the option… just saying you know. Anyway, the NEC Medias ES N-05D is measuring in at only 6.7mm in thickness, bringing the title of thinnest smartphone to it again. The device is however packed full of goodies, so you will be getting Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread, a waterproof body, a 4.3 inch LCD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, 8.1MP main camera, a Snapdragon MSM8260 dual-core processor at 1.5GHz, 1GB of RAM and 4GB of built-in storage.

If 4GB isn’t enough (and in this day and age it isn’t) you also get a micro SD card slot, you get Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC and infrared connectivity along with connectivity to the Casio G-SHOCK GB-6900 watch. All of this measures in at 130 x 67 x 6.7 mm and weighs in at 110 grams. Impressed? I know I am! For the time being Japan’s NTT DoCoMo is the only carrier getting it, but we might just get the chance to see it in action overseas as well. We shall just have to wait for that one though.

Source – TechCrunch


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