SAN DIEGO, December 20, 2011 – InfoSonics Corporation (NASDAQ: IFON) today announced the launch of its new verykool® S815 QWERTY handset.
“We designed the S815 to help our operators’ customers in their migration from 2G to 3G services by offering a full featured, 3G HSDPA (3.6 Mbps), entry level product at a small premium to existing 2G devices,” said Joseph Ram, the company’s president and chief executive officer. “The S815 is a six band (dual-band in 3G HSDPA plus quad-band in GSM), bar type phone with a QWERTY keypad and 2.4” QVGA TFT LCD screen. We utilized its 3G speed to incorporate full browser accessibility with direct access to social network applications such as Facebook, Twitter and eBuddy messaging as well as easy texting. It is also a full featured multi-media device with built-in FM radio and music player, and we equipped it with a second VGA camera to facilitate video conference calling.”
The Company noted the following additional details of the S815:
- 2 megapixel camera and video camera with 3GP voice and video recording and playback
- Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity with 3.6 Mbps USB tethering and PC synch
- Data capabilities with USB 1.2, SMS/MMS messaging (a push email version is planned for 2012)
- Can be used as a USB Modem
- T-Flash memory expandable to 16GB
- Speakerphone, 72 polyphonic ringtones, 3.5mm audio jack and stereo headset included
The verykool® S815 is available and shipping now. To learn more about the device, visit our verykool® website at http://www.verykool.net/Phones/s815.
About Infosonics Corporation
InfoSonics designs, develops and manufactures wireless handsets and related products. The Company sells to OEMs, carriers and distributors in Latin America and Asia Pacific under its proprietary verykool® brand and other private label brands. Additional information can be found on our corporate website at www.infosonics.com and at www.verykool.net.
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Vernon A. LoForti
Chief Financial Officer