Samsung Announces Two High Tech Phones
Mar 10, 2005, 4:02 AM by (staff)
At CeBit Samsung took the wraps off two new high-end multimedia phones, one for music, another for imaging. Since these announcements were in Europe, both phones are GSM / GPRS 900/1800/1900.
- SGH-i300: A candybar style, music-oriented smartphone running Windows Mobile. Includes a 3 GB hard drive for storage, scroll wheel for navigation, 1.3 MP camera with flash and Bluetooth. Music player can handle mp3, WMA, plus AAC, AAC+ and OGG files.
- SGH-D600: A slider featuring a 2 Megapixel camera with flash and TV output for pictures and video. Also features Bluetooth, voice recognition, and mp3 / AAC music player.
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Amazon Brings Prime Music to Smartphones
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D600 is everything Sprint want in the A800
Just venting sorry.
Why can't sprint realize that bluetooth functionality is desired enough by our customers to build that feature into our phones! The feature set and style of the D600 is very reminiscent of the A800 and yet it offers