Ezio Mega4 is a brand new mobile phone that comes from South Korea but it's not made by any of the Samsung, LG or Pantech giants. The Mega4 is manufactured by Ezze Mobile Tech, a company that we've heard of before, on the occasion of FCC's approval for its SLT100
Now the FCC brings Ezze into the spotlight again, as it approved the new Ezio Mega4 too, a touchscreen phone that looks like a mix between Apple's iPhone and a Sony Ericsson handset (the W910 Walkman slider
, for example). Well, it's not the first (and certainly not the last) time when a new device brings similarities with older ones, so I guess we shouldn't be too surprised by this new handset.
From Ezio Mega4's User Manual we know that the new phone features the following: TV out, Video player, Music player with auto equalizer, FM radio (with recorder but sans RDS), a 2 Megapixel camera with Flash, self-timer and video recording (no auto focus, though), Photo Editor and Photo Album, MMS capabilities, Bluetooth 1.2 , WAP browser, email, e-book reader, flight mode, Caller ID, Java MIDP 2.0, 2 embedded games, sound recorder, file manager, vCard, To Do list, calendar, calculator, alarm clock, world clock, unit converter, currency converter, stopwatch and a BMI (Body Mass Index) application.
A thing that's not at all great about the new Esio phone is that it only features tri-band GSM connectivity (850 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) with GPRS, hence it won't be able to provide fast data transfer speeds or an optimal Web browsing experience.
The size and resolution of Mega4's touchscreen display is not known, nor are its weight and size or its internal memory.
Since the new Ezio has just received FCC's blessing and it's compatible with the North American GSM networks, the handset might soon hit the US market - although, being GPRS-only, I'm not sure how many users will be enthusiastic about it.