Samsung SGH-i300 features 3GB HDD

Posted on Monday, January 02 2006 @ 18:51 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cornice today issued a new press release stating Samsung's new SGH-i300 musicphone features a 3GB Cornice Storage Element. Samsung and Cornice have created a partnership to serve the developing converged mobile phone market. This collaboration has resulted in three generations of HDD-based phones. Previous models include the SPH-V5400, with a 1.5-gigabyte Cornice SE, and the SPH-V7900 video camera phone, with a 3.0-gigabyte Cornice SE.

Cornice's storage is a natural fit for the mobile phone market, offering both the thinnest available storage solution, which is important for compact-sized mobile phones, and the extreme durability of Crash Guard technology, which is crucial to the consumer. The Cornice SE is able to withstand even the most extreme abuses of the mobile phone environment, such as accidental drops or excessive physical activities, without skipping, stopping or corrupting data.

The SGH-i300 phone can store up to 1,000 music files along with other personal data. The phone uses Windows Mobile and also features 3D sound, a 1.3MP digital camera, voice recording and messaging and a Bluetooth stereo headset connection.

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