Samsung Reveals Phone with Hard Disk
Sep 7, 2004, 8:19 AM by (staff)
Samsung this week unveiled the world's first phone to include a hard-disk drive, capable of storing 1.5 GB of data, enough for hundreds of MP3 songs, or thousands of megapixel photos. The phone, available only for Korean CDMA 1xEV-DO networks, also includes the ability to broadcast MP3 music to nearby FM radios, and output images to a connected TV. Other features of the SPH-V5400 include a megapixel camera and dual color displays. The phone is expected to be released in Korea later this month.
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What Operating System?
any idea what OS this might use?
Well, the i700s use Windows Mobile for Pocket PC, I'm wondering if this might use a hamstrung version of that.
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