Toshiba Drape cell phone sports analog clock

“Something old with something new” is the latest selling mantra. An ideal ingenious fusion of modernism with traditionalism can lead to a charismatic evolution! Toshiba Drape cell phone with an analog clock testifies it. Toshiba’s mobile phone has been named Drape because it has a curtain-like appearance when closed. Available in three different colors, black, white, or bronze, the clamshell will greet you with a traditional analog clock that can be switched with the standard cell phone interface for those who aren’t very interested in using a mobile phone just for knowing what time it is. The main display can swap over to the usual cell phone interface, and you can take advantage of its 2.6-inch QVGA in more resourceful ways.

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Also known as the W46T, the Drape is destined for Japanese service provider au. Other than the analog clock, it also rocks 1xEV-DO Rev.A, microSD expansion, EZ channel plus, EZ news flash, LISMO, 3-megapixel camera, and Sony-branded earphones. There is no information regarding the mobile phone’s price but it’s almost a sure thing that this phone will only be available in Japan.

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