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Samsung Introduces Media Phones With Two Faces

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Dec 14, 2006, 10:54 PM

Saw it today

This phone is awsome. the pictures do not do it justice. the screen is quite small for TV viewing...but still this is a grat device. VZW is going to rock the first quater.
uhhh.. Sprint has the M620 EXCLUSIVE for 90 days

Dec 6, 2006, 1:45 AM

Such a sick phone!

I went to a Samsung vendor show and the rep actually had one of these to show! This phone is as slim as they come concidering all that it does. I have already set aside the money to get it from the vendor pre-release to the consumer market! As always, the battery life is not the greatest simply because battery technology has not kept up with phone size but other than that an efficient phone! The phone part is on one side, which is set up similarly to their slide model that Verizon carries, and the media functions are on the basically like the chocholate, touch screen and they both have lock features as well as specialized accessories! The cases are made so you can protect both sides or use one side at a time, and the lock feature is activate...
man my grandpa wacht baseball games in at little tv just like that in front of the corne bodega all the time cool he going 2 love this phones 🤣

Dec 8, 2006, 2:13 PM

CDMA Version

A couple months back I saw the CDMA version of this phone dubbed "the flipper." Supposed to be Sprint exclusive from what the Samsung rep told me. Slated for launch Q1 or Q2 of '07. We'll see what happens.

Dec 6, 2006, 12:20 PM

Probably for T-MO

Its missing the 850 band which means it wont work with cingulars network in many parts of new england. Cingular in Conneticut(USA)for example only uses the 850 band, where as T-MO uses the 1900 band primarily. I think the northeast is still one of the largest regions as far as subscribers go for any of the 4 majors, hence I doubt cingular would pick up a phone which wouldnt work there lol.
but think about it when that beautiful device comes to US it might change!!! you never know!! like the Samsung SYNC originally in europe it's only tri-band but when it came to U.S. they made it as QUAD-BAND w/ 850!!! so you never kknow~ but all the p...

Dec 4, 2006, 4:15 PM

Nice antenna

It looks like took it off a 80s boombox
atleast its not the bunny ears
that antenna is for DMB!!! that phone
is a TV receiver to you know... in korea
they watch TV with their cell phone real
nice and clear... anywhere and i think europe
is starting one too so that ANTENNA is not
a ornament guys.... you guys need so...

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Dec 4, 2006, 6:46 PM

Where is the phone?!

Interesting that in all the pictures on the site they don't show the other side of the "phone". To me it looks like Samsung just released a new MP3 player and a PMP...I'd like to see how this is an actual "phone".
dude calm the hell down, did you eat to much sugar today?!? when the pics come out they come out. jeezus crist.

Dec 4, 2006, 5:18 PM

holy crap

WOW, wow....that thing is sick. Thin, with 2 screens on it, back and forth. This is just the start of the insanity of phone technology where going to start seeing. Thank god for those new thin screen that came out. I would buy that phone if it was on verizon. That looks really compact and doubles for the mp3 player and radio. Nice nice nice. Cant wait to see a live model of it.
Yeah, agreed, this is such a hot looking phone, if it performs half as good as it looks it will be a killer!

Dec 4, 2006, 9:38 PM


omg i saw the crazist phone out there. go to the full story link on this phone, and it will bring you to the site. There will be other phones there. look at the p9000. i almost peed my pants from the insanity, its a mini computer with windows xp and a 30gb harddrive. Samsung is coming out with some crazy stuff soon 🙂 gj guys

Dec 4, 2006, 6:08 PM

DivX and MP4

this is actually the first time i find out a phone will be capable of playing back these types of formats, i'm really excited about this....
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