NFC-enabled COSY Phone launched by Sagem Wireless

NFC-enabled COSY Phone launched by Sagem Wireless
Sagem Wireless has announced the commercial launch of a new NFC-enabled mobile phone. The COSY Phone combines cutting edge NFC (Near Field Communications) technology with an elegant design and easy-to-navigate user interface to create a connected device for markets underserved by traditional mobile phones.

The Cosy Phone specifications include a 2.2-inch screen with 240x320 QVGA resolution, 1.3MP camera with 6x numerical zoom, (optional) HSPA connectivity, Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR, web browser, media player, 128MB of internal memory that’s further expandable with microSD cards. As for the size, it measures 112×49.3×12.99 mm and weighs 95 grams.

Contactless NFC technology enables users to access features and content without navigating through menus on the handset. Preconfigured tags allow users to initiate calls or texts, open applications, and received content by simply waving their device over an NFC tag. The tags can be easily customised, meaning that users easily assign the action of a tag. These tags can also be used in commercial applications for access and data capture.

The COSY Phone is available in France through some operators as well as selected mobile phone retailers, and in November in the UK and Ireland pushing ahead its European deployment. The devices will be available SIM-free, or subsidised by local operators as part of a contract bundle.
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