Samsung Shows SPH-A400 at CES
Jan 8, 2002, 10:40 AM by (staff)
At the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas today, Samsung will be showing their new SPH-A400 phone for Sprint PCS. The dual-band phone features GPS, OpenWave Mobile Browser 4.1, voice dialing, PIM features, 2 games, a 10-line greyscale display, T9 predictive text entry, PC synchronization, and custom ringtones and images. The folder-type phone does not have an external display. Samsung is also showing their previously-released SPH-I300 model.
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