Malaysian company DMD Mobile has announced a low cost NFC smartphone for the Malaysian market... More
OPINION: The news that Malaysian manufacturer Fonelabs is to produce two million NFC phones in 2010 is the first sign that the issue of a lack of NFC handsets is beginning to be resolved. More
The Malaysian manufacturer’s NFC phones come with a built-in NFC antenna and controller as standard and are expected to cost under US$100 each in volume. More
UPDATED Consumers can simply pair the company’s new ‘With Me’ device, expected to retail at US$25, with their existing Bluetooth phone in order to NFC-enable their handset. More
The firm’s X-Series handsets incorporate an NFC chip and internal antenna plus an optional MicroSD-based secure element from Cell Idea. They are fully Mifare compatible and are expected to start at under US$100 in volume. More
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