LG And Samsung Demonstrate HSDPA At CTIA
Mar 16, 2005, 6:32 PM by (staff)
In separate booths, Samsung and LG both demonstrated HSDPA (second generation UMTS high speed data) over phone modems at CTIA. Samsung was demoing streaming of multiple videos over the network in conjunction with Siemens. LG was demonstrating video streaming and other high speed data uses using their first HSDPA phone, the U8400, as a modem. The U8400 is fairly small, white slider design HSDPA 850/1900 phone, it is also expected to be quad band GSM/GPRS but may be triband when launched (850/1800/1900). It features a swiveling camera for both still and video, and playback of H.264, H.264, mpeg4 and WMV video plus mp3, AAC+ and WMA audio.
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What is THAT!
mmcnier said:Oy vey. Yes. It's a big, giant phone jack.
Is that a phone jack right in the front? If it isn't, what is it? Whatever it is, i think it is in a very inconvenient locale.
Some similarities to the S710a design, I think.
um NO........this is a SLIDER, not a swivel and most all UMTS phones support functions such as bluetooth 1.3mp-2mp cams (if not more), mp3 playe...
Badibada said:Well, yeah...it only has dual band HSPDA, quad-band GSM/GPRS, streaming video and still capability...all in a small package. Yeah, it definite...
This Phone Sucks