BenQ is practically keeping us employed with their various CeBIT announcements this week, but we don't mind with phones like the EL71. The handset features a 2-inch QVGA display for video playback of media stored on the supported microSD cards. The phone also features music playback, and can be hooked up into traditional stereos via an adapter. Also present in the 0.6-inch thick phone we have a 1.3 megapixel camera with LED flash, Bluetooth, and a ProSLIDE function to save you from the arduous task of sliding open the phone all the way -- instead it glides open automatically . We're also digging the aluminum casing of the phone, it's always good to know your 2-inch QVGA display is housed in a bit of solid metal. The phone should be available in its current "Quartz Anthracite" coloring this April, with "Opal Black" soon to follow.

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