Samsung Unveils Its Own "RAZRBerry"
Feb 13, 2006, 9:20 AM by (staff)
Samsung today announced the SGH-i320, a slim lightweight Microsoft Smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard. It is narrower than the Motorola Q, and feels lighter as well at only 95 grams. The i320 has individual keys for every letter, but allows you to press multiple keys for numeric dialing. The keys are rather small, but they are sharply raised at the middle, making them easier to use. It features a landscape QVGA screen, Bluetooth, MicroSD slot and 1.3 Megapixel camera. The i320 will run Windows Mobile 5 including the push email update. The tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900) device also supports EDGE data.
Motorola Intros Fob for Finding Lost Keys or Phones
Motorola today announced the Keylink, a Bluetooth device meant to help the absent minded find their missing keys or phone. The Keylink can be attached to a key ring and is paired with devices via Motorola's Connect application.
BlackBerry Shows Off the QWERTY-Equipped Classic
BlackBerry today officially launched the BlackBerry Classic smartphone. BlackBerry has been talking about the phone for the better part of six months, but fully revealed its feature set during an event in New York.
Samsung Adds Galaxy A7 to A Series Lineup
Samsung today announced the Galaxy A7, the largest of the three A Series handsets. The A7 features a 5.5 inch HD Super AMOLED screen and a slim, metallic design.
Samsung Kicking Off Android 6 Update for Galaxy S6 Line
Samsung said it will begin the general Android 6.0 Marshmallow update cycle for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones starting today. Samsung will make separate announcements in each market as the update becomes available from its carrier partners around the world.
Tri or Quad band GSM?
Samsung Renamed as Motorola Black
Very innovative company, I'm tellin' ya.
I like it.
Now if only it weren't coming out months and months from now....