EBenQ-Siemens SXG75.

The smallest and lightest GPS handset boasting integrated GPS, a 2 Megapixel camera, RDS radio and 3G connectivity, BenQ-Siemens’ first Linux-powered cell phone is making its way to European store shelves.

Linux-powered BenQ-Siemens’ SXG75 presents a perfectly legible user interface on its 2.2-inch screen housed in a candybar form factor. Complete with 3G connectivity and a 2 Megapixel camera for video calling and still picture taking, it’s a well-rounded alternative for consumers looking for GPS but not willing to compromise on other features. Other highlights include a stereo FM radio with RDS and RS-MMC memory expansion.

BenQ-Siemens SXG75 sells in the €375 EUR range, claiming up to 6 hours of talk time and 400 hours of standby.

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