Modu has finally released its Modu 1 handset in the UK, a device which is recognised by Guinness World Records as the lightest phone on the planet.
The Modu 1 weighs 40.1g, measures just 72.1mm x 37.6mm x 7.8mm, and comes with a 1.3in OLED display with 65,000 colours and a built-in speaker.
The device is capable of doubling as a music player and a mass storage device as it has 2GB of internal memory.
Users can modify the phone's design and features by inserting the Modu 1 into
a 'jacket', one of which features a 3.2-megapixel camera with 3.2x digital zoom
Bluetooth 1.2 connectivity.
Online retailer PurelyGadgets is selling the Modu 1 exclusively for £129.99 and for a limited time will give customers £30 off a Modu jacket when purchased together.
The jackets are usually priced between £30 and £50 and come in all shapes and sizes including night and sport versions.
The device has been available in Israel for over a year, and could struggle to attract customers in the UK especially with the iPhone 4, Samsung Galaxy S and HTC Desire dominating the market.
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