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Mitsubishi M900 Clamshell Camera Phone
By Justin Ong
Category : Mobile Phones
Published by Vijay Anand on Wednesday, 9th February, 2005
Rating : 4 out of 5 stars  


It's Quite a Handful

Due to an extra row of buttons for controlling the camera functions, the profile of the M900 is a shave thicker than most regular clamshell phones. It's also elongated along its vertical axis as the CCD image sensor is squeezed into the back of the phone and not in a dugout commonly found in the flip piece of clamshell camera phones. Positioning the lens in this manner allows the M900 to be handled in a similar fashion as one would with a digital camera.

The M900 is manufactured entirely out of plastic and a bright silver coating has been sprayed on to give it a contemporary look. A pair of chrome strips accompanies the external LCD and this prevents the phone from casting a completely plastic appearance. With buttons and I/O jacks laid out on both flanks of the phone, the M900 appears cluttered and this look might not appeal to everyone.

SIM card and battery are inserted here


The crown of the M900


Left flank


Right flank


View of the M900’s base


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