Samsung Showcase 2004
Report from Samsung's Consumer Lifestyle Showcase event in New York City, plus additional photo galleries of Samsung phones from other recent events. Hot info on the i645, i730, i550, A760, and more.
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Samsung held a product launch event this week in New York City. As usual, Samsung was not officially announcing any phones, leaving that honor instead to its carrier customers (as they prefer). But they were "previewing" several new devices that weren't previously public, including their first EV-DO devices for North America.
Some of the photos and info on the following pages are from a variety of other recent events where Samsung was exhibiting, and also from the permanent Samsung Experience showroom in New York City.
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Lack of American GSM support
Rich Brome said:
Looks like the sneaky folks at Engadget got a photo of the keyboard:
Wow, those keys do look pretty small... but it seems there's a fair bit of spa...
The big, ugly "Samsung" stickers
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When is it available?