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Samsung's SCH-B250 with mobile TV, 2MP camera and MP3

Posted on Friday, August 26 2005 @ 07:40:04 CEST by


Samsung unveiled its fourth satellite DMB phone, the SCH-B250. This clamshell phone has a pivotal 240 x 320 pixels 262k colour LCD screen which can be rotated 90 degrees into landschape mode. Samsung says this phone will enable users to call or send text messages while watching TV on the display of the phone. The DMB broadcast received by the phone can also be relayed to a regular TV with the TV output.

The phone also has a 2 megapixel digital camera with flash and an MP3 player function. The B250 also has external buttons so users can play music without having to open the phone.

The File Viewer function provides access to Microsoft Office or PDF files, and a 330,000-word dictionary is included in the software. The B250 also supports external memory of 256MB, IrDA, and mobile banking capabilities for user convenience.

SCH-B250 Specifications: CDMA2000 1x EV-DO (800MHz)
Mobile TV (Satellite DMB)
2 Megapixel / Flash
Video Recording (MPEG4) & Messaging
VOD / MOD
Display : 262,144-color TFT-LCD (240 x 320 pixels)
MP3 Player
128 Polyphonic Ringtones
TransFlash External Memory Support
IrDA / Remote Controller
TV Output Support
94.7 x 48 x 28.5 mm
144 g

The SCH-B250 is quite pricy, it retails for $700.


 



 

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