Summary: Its tiny form factor is sure to turn heads, and at Rs. 12,500, the modu T is quite a good buy for someone looking for a small capable device that weighs barely anything. However, the lack of Wi-Fi is an obvious disadvantage when compared to other phones in the segment, as is the lack of availability of apps the Ovi Store or Android Market can provide.
Pros: Lightweight, Super small, Bundled accessories
Cons: No Wi-Fi, No digital zoom at 5MP resolution, Resistive touchscreen
Excerpt: The best part about being in this field is that you hear about so much interesting technology and developments in the field. The worst part about it is that sometimes the chances of us actually seeing that tech before it gets outdated is just too bloody low. The Modu Modular mobile handsets were developed way back in February of 2008 by an Israeli company and it’s taken this long to get here.