We've seen a couple of handsets from
Sagem over the past few weeks
, and they seem to be ramping
up the features every time we seem 'em. This time around they have four new phones, two of which sport UMTS
radios: the my900C clamshell and my800X candybar. Both phones
sport VGA cameras for video conferencing along with main cameras of 1.3 megapixels (my800X) and 2 megapixels (my900C).
The 900C wins in the display department as well, with a 240x320 internal screen plus a 96x64 external display, but the
my800X comes in at 0.6-inches thick, so it's hard to knock. Accompanying these 3G efforts are the lower-end my500X and
my405X, which still manage a few features in their own right. The my500X includes a VGA and 1.3 megapixel camera, along
with a miniSD card slot to augment the included 32MB of memory. The my405 merely sports a VGA cam, but it does include
64MB of storage in attempt to appease music lovers. All of these phones should be available in Q2 this year.