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Samsung Slides Out Expanded Lineup

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Feb 12, 2007, 1:56 PM   by (staff)

Samsung unveiled a big batch of phones today at 3GSM, including some innovative new designs, new Ultra editions and an updated BlackJack. The Ultra Edition II handsets all feature improved user interfaces, enhanced music players and software to help maximize battery life and talk time.

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Jayshmay

Feb 12, 2007, 2:33 PM

I'm so frinkin sick of all these awesome phones not being QUAD BAND!!!!

Oooooh that frustrates me so, so, so much.

Shoot, the G in GSM does stand for global, why not make ALL GSM phones compatible globally
I'm tired of hearing about all these wonderful phones we'll never see here in the states. I would love it if someone would explain to me how it is that all these other countries seem to be kicking the cr*p out of us when it comes to cell tech. For my ...
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Argonnj

Feb 12, 2007, 2:17 PM

All GSM

Does me and millions of others no good who don't use this outdated format.
I really tired of us CDMA users having to chose from endless new Moto crap phones while GSM enjoys the better brands,models and features.
Sounds like you should switch to a GSM carrier than huh? And what do you mean outdated? If by that you mean capable of doing a lot more things than CDMA than I know exactly what you mean by outdated. You know newest phones... Latest technology... yeah...
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The G in GSM stands for GLOBAL!!!!!!!

CDMA is the miniority.

860 networks in 220 countries/areas of the world.

http://www.gsmworld.com/roaming/gsminfo/index.shtml »

Only " 330 million CDMA2000 and 50 million 1xEV-DO users by the end of 2006....
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Shocked I was going to point that out too! you read my mind!!! ALL GSM BABY!!!! Wink
gsm has far more features than cdma, i'd rather use gsm than overly restictive cdma, plus gsm has a superior codec which blows cdma's abysmal codec out the water, gsm's natural sound is much better than that muffled cdma crap.
you all do realize GSM and CDMA are coming together in WCDMA. Using the CDMA air interface was the only way to get high speed data since the GSM interface isn't very well adapted to data. Cingular and tmobile are deploying WCDMA they are just callin...
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give me a break... these phones are introduced at "3GSM"... will anyone put a CDMA phone on display in a GSM conference? I bet all these phones have CDMA version released in Korea already.
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wacko_javo

Feb 13, 2007, 6:15 AM

cramped keypad

seems like the double slide phone has quite a cramped qwerty, and the first row at the top (the *qwerty* one) lies a bit underneath the top of the phone and will be difficult to press... it's just what it looks like from the pics... otherwise, seems quite awesome!
Jayshmay

Feb 12, 2007, 2:31 PM

3.2mp's no auto-focus??????

How frinkin stoooooopid is that having a 3.2 megapixel camera w/o auto-focus! ! !

That makes or breaks a camera!!!!
Actually, it does come with autofocus.
Check out this display that engadget snapped a pic of:

http://www.engadget.com/gallery/hands-on-with-samsun ... »

Phonescoop just got their facts a little mixed up......
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johnnycashak

Feb 12, 2007, 6:49 PM

PhoneScoop is wrong, Ultra 10.9 DOES have autofocus

Not like this happens very often, but PS got it wrong on their little spec sheet.
As the display in this photo clearly shows, the Ultra Edition 10.9's 3.2 megapixel cam does in fact have autofocus built in.

http://www.engadget.com/gallery/hands-on-with-samsun ... »

Looks like a sweet phone... I've been looking for something to replace my SE W810i for awhile now. I'll just have to wait till Q2 I guess, whenever that is :-p
muchdrama

Feb 12, 2007, 4:41 PM

So...

...none of these are coming Stateside.

Whoopee!
 
 
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