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Japanese company iida. The device comes with a beautiful shape and moderate specs, available after the break.We’ve got a pretty fancy concept phone on our hands today, albeit one with not so impressive specs: the lotta handset, created by designer Ichiro Iwasaki for
lotta weighs 108 grams, it incorporates a 2.8 inch LCD display, a microSDHC card slot, 100MB of internal memory, a 0.3 megapixel camera, a memento feature, an electronic dictionary and a battery that lasts 260 minutes in talk mode and 430 hours in standby mode.
There’s also a calories counter on board, the “Run and Walk” application, a navigation app, software that lets you know when disasters happen and the much needed e-wallet feature. Fancy and elegant, this handset could become the next hit in Japan, if it gets turned into a real phone.