Casio Exilim NX-9250 CDMA cameraphone clears FCC

Dec 12, 2008
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Casio Exilim NX-9250 CDMA cameraphone clears FCC

Casio are preparing to release another Exilim cameraphone in the US, the NX-9250, most likely through carrier Verizon.  The handset, which has just been approved by the FCC, is a dualband CDMA (800/1900MHz) device with EVDO Rev. A support. 

However little else about the device is known at present, including perhaps the most interesting feature: the camera.  Given that Exilim is the brand under which Casio markets its standalone digital cameras, it's reasonable to assume that the NX-9250 will have a high megapixel count and, hopefully, decent optics. 

Other than that, all we know is that the handset has Bluetooth.  Earlier this year, Casio's 8.1-megapixel W63CA, for Japanese carrier KDDI, was cleared by the FCC for roaming purposes.   

[via Mobile Burn]


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