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Forget Razr 2; meet The Fin cellphone

Forget Razr 2; meet The Fin cellphone

While most cellphones seem to stop at the one or two-megapixel stage, Helio's pushing out its latest multimedia wonder. The Fin (made by Samsung). It features a three-megapixel camera, 100MB of memory, microSD slot, and 2.3-inch screen, all in an extremely slim 11mm flip-phone package.

Sweet hardware is cool, but software is what makes the phone. Once you shoot your high(er)-res photos and videos, you'll be able to upload them to YouTube and Flickr. And like other Helio phones, you'll be able to manage your MySpace page, buy music from the store, as well as use GPS-plus-Google-Maps to find where you're going.

If you've been looking for a reason to hook up with Helio, but were waiting for a more-jeans-friendly phone, here's your chance. The Fin is available now for US$175.


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