Hopeful messaging pro

The Unnecto Pro is targeted at the BlackBerry set, designed to lure this frequently messaging user with a QWERTY keyboard and RIM-style chrome accents.
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BlackBerry, style if a little thick

The Unnecto Pro may strive for BlackBerry-style hardware but looks a bit too thick to pull it off.
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An affordable Android

The new Unnecto Quatro looks promising. It's a low-cost and unlocked smartphone running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has a 4-inch screen (800 x 480 pixels), and boasts two SIM card slots for GSM and HSDPA connectivity.
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This ain't no Droid Razr

Viewed from the side, the Unnecto Quattro looks much thicker than modern Android handsets sold by the big carriers.
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A good grip

On back of the Unnecto Quattro is its 5-megapixel camera but unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a corresponding LED flash. Still, the rubberized coating has a nifty textured surface that provides a solid grip.
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A BlackBerry Curve competitor?

Here's a sneak peek at an upcoming device Unnecto is currently working on. No specs yet but it is strongly reminiscent of RIM's BlackBerry Curve devices of old.
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A curve with wide hips

From the side this Unnecto device has BlackBerry Curve looks but is much thicker than RIM's creations.
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