If we told you to picture a phone with the Adidas branding on it, would you picture something spectacular, or something more along the lines of a 2-megapixel slider with FM radio, MP3 player and an EDGE connection? Right. At least the phone, manufactured by Samsung, has actual sport functionality with a pedometer and heart-rate meter. With that kind of equipment, this phone could have been a Nike+iPod Sport Kit and a cellphone all in one—something we're still eagerly awaiting. [GSMHelpDesk via Crunchgear]
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