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Sagem MyX-7

Discontinued
29th January 2004

 Sagem MyX-7 Sagem have been quietly successful recently with the MyX-6 camera phone, followed up with another similar handset for Vodafone, the MyV-65.

The MyX-7 largely replaces the MyX-6 at the top of the range of Sagem handsets, mostly made up of very inexpensive handsets for the pay-as-you-go market. This, however, is more of an attempt to compete with the big players on their own territory.

In terms of specification, this handset is very similar to the Sony Ericsson T610 phone, with a similar physical size, layout screen but a much better camera. Like the T610, it's a nice looking phone that isn't too strange looking. Although how it stands up against the improved T630 is a different question.

Of course, the manufacturer to beat is Nokia, and here the MyX-7 really shines. The Nokia product range is particularly weak in the mid-range camera phone section, which is odd because Nokia pretty much cover all the other bases. The screen and camera is much better than on the Nokia 3200, 7250i and 6220 models. Of the mainstream Nokia range, only the 3660 and 6600 beat it in technical terms, and both of those phones are fairly expensive and bulky.

Exact launch details are not known at present, but estimated costs for the unit are around 150/240 for a pay-as-you-go phone and less than 100/160 for contract phones.

Sagem MyX-7 Technical Summary

Available:

Soon

Network:

Tri-band GSM

Data:

GPRS

Screen:

128x160, 65k colours

Camera:

640x480 pixels

Size:

Standard "candy bar" size
110x40x22mm / 106 grams

Bluetooth:

No

Infra-red:

Yes

Polyphonic:

Yes

Java:

Yes

Battery life:

4 hours talk time / 10 days standby

 

 

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