Samsung Introduces Media Phones With Two Faces
Dec 4, 2006, 3:41 PM by (staff)
Samsung today announced two phones with a screen and controls on each side. The New Ultra Edition Music and Video each have a small screen and traditional phone keypad on one side, and a large screen and media controls on the other. Both phones feature tri-band (900/1800/1900) GSM/EDGE, 2 Megapixel cameras, MicroSD slots, stereo Bluetooth and a new media controller with a "sweeping touch" interface. The Ultra Music has 100 MB memory, FM radio and 176 x 220 screen on the media player side in a package 9.5mm thick. The Ultra Video adds UMTS 2100 and features 400 MB memory, a QVGA screen on the media side, MP4 and DIVX video playback and a hinged design that allow the screen to be tilted up for viewing on a table or desk. The Ultra Video is also a slim bar style phone only 10.7mm thick.
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Saw it today
Such a sick phone!
Probably for T-MO
is a TV receiver to you know... in korea
they watch TV with their cell phone real
nice and clear... anywhere and i think europe
is starting one too so that ANTENNA is not
a ornament guys.... you guys need so...
Where is the phone?!
DivX and MP4