(mobilemag) - Everyone knows about the whole "something old, something new" thing when it comes to weddings, but the same mantra has filtered its way into the cell phone market, reports Trend.
The Toshiba Drape is a stylish modern clamshell, except when you open it up, you discover an old school analog clock. 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.
Also known as the W46T, the Drape -- taking its name from its curtain-like appearance when closed -- 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.
No word on pricing, but they'll ship the Drape in black, bronze, and white.