Samsung Reveals GSM/GPRS Pocket PC
Feb 17, 2003, 10:33 AM by (staff)
Today at the 3GSM World Congress in France, Microsoft and Samsung Electronics officially unveiled the Samsung Windows Powered MITs SGH-i700, a Windows Powered Pocket PC. This GSM/GPRS device is based on the same design as the previously-announced SPH-i700 for CDMA networks. The SGH-i700 features an integrated digital camera, SD card slot, large touch-screen display, and a stylus for data input and navigation.
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