Whatever it is, it's really small

The Neo 808i is a tiny phone that packs in a lot more

The other day we were complaining (yes, again) that electronics manufacturers sometimes seem determined to disguise their products, making them look different devices altogether. Well, we're apparently not alone.

Mobile Magazine makes a similar observation about the "Neo 808i" phone, which it says looks more like a media player because of its landscape screen. Even more notable, though, is how many features it crams into its diminutive frame. Among those are a 1.3-megapixel camera, an MP3 and MP4 player, FM radio, 128MB of memory, 3D graphics and Bluetooth connectivity. All this in an almost-miniature case that measures 2.6 by 1.6 inches and barely half an inch thick, while weighing just over 3 ounces. At that size, it may be hard to tell what you're looking at anyway.

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