Samsung announced 50 phones - mainly for Asia

Posted on Wednesday, Jun 15 2005 @ 22:58 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Samsung is presenting fifty (yes 50!) new cell phones at CommunicAsia in Singapore. Most of them are CDMA models solely aimed at the Asian market but a few of them are GSM capable. Some of them have interesting features like a TV output, WiFi, Windows Mobile, push e-mail. The SPH-M7000 with Windows Mobile, Internet Marathon Graphics Acelerator, WiFi, Qwerty keyboard and side sliding screen looks very interesting, however this phone won't ship outside Asia. Here's a list of all GSM capable phones:
  • SGH-D600 - Update to the D500. Features include: 2 megapixel camera, music player, Bluetooth, 262K color screen, TV output support, and a TransFlash slot.

  • SGH-X810 - Small and light phone with lots of memory. With a weight of just 85 grams, the Samsung X810 still manages 80MB of memory plus a TransFlash slot. Also: 262K color screen, jog wheel, Bluetooth and megapixel camera.

  • SGH-i750 - A varient of the i730 which will begin shipping on Verizon Wireless shortly. The i750 does not have a QWERTY keyboard, and is GSM, but is still packed with features. Includes: WiFi, Bluetooth, 2 megapixel camera, Windows Mobile, 192MB RAM, TV output, and dual speakers.

  • SGH-D550 - Business oriented phone similar in design to the Motorola MPx. Features include: BlackBerry push email, 262K color display, Bluetooth, and a megapixel camera.

  • SGH-E760 - Feature packed clamshell design phone. Includes: Megapixel camera, 262K color display, gesture recognition, music player, Bluetooth, digital compass, dual speakers with a digital power amp and a weight of 95 grams.

    Also, while not destined for America, there was a very neat CDMA handset loaded with features.
    SPH-M7000 - A Windows Mobile Pocket PC with the Intel Marathon Graphic Accelerator. Other features include EV-DO, WiFi, QWERTY keyboard and side sliding screen that makes this handset look similar to the T-Mobile Sidekick.
  • Source: MobileTracker


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