Cosyphone is designed to be ultra simple and elegant, with an ergonomic form factor and user interface to simplify access to the features users want quickly and easily. Cosyphone uses contactless NFC technology (near-field communications) to enable users to access the features of the device without scrolling through menus on the handset. Users can create pre-configured and customised shortcut cards (or “tags”) for friends and family, or services such as the doctors or the supermarket, and simply wave their device over the cards to activate the call or text message. Shortcut cards can also be used for data services, for example accessing the latest weather or traffic information on the phone’s browser.
With its sleek, attractive form factor, Cosyphone is a stylish device that places a heavy emphasis on simplicity of use and style. Unlike many mobile devices which require small and nimble fingers to operate, Cosyphone has a large keypad with raised and separated number keys. Number and text input is simplified by the width of the key surface area, and the key shape is rounded on the top for better tactile awareness. In addition, micro-vibration feedback gives the user assurance they have pressed the right key.
The Cosyphone is stylish. Unlike other phones for this market, the Cosyphone is sleek but easy to hold and operate. The display is adequately large and the fonts are very legible in various lighting conditions. The device also comes with an innovative recharger cradle that is also designed for ease of use; the phone slides in easily and does not require any cable attachments.
Cosyphone will be sold through mobile network operators.
Source : Sagem Wireless [February 15, 2010]
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