CeBIT 2005: Samsung unveils SGH-i300 and SGH-i750 cell phones
At CeBIT 2005 Samsung unveiled its latest novelties, including the several new cell phones. While the 7-megapixel SCH-V770 hybrid is a matter of a separate news article, the new SGH-i300 and SGH-i750 fit this particular news well.
Samsung SGH-i300 is a Windows Mobile smartphone interesting by its package that includes even the Windows Media Player 10 and, besides, featuring a 3GB hard drive for keeping various data such as WMA, WMV, MPEG4, H.263/H.264, MP3, AAC, AAC+ and Ogg Vorbis media files. Other features include the 240x320 display of 262K colors, 1.3-megapixel camera with a flash light. Another interesting feature of SGH-i300 is its stereo speakers and a stereo Bluetooth headset.
SGH-i300 supports USB 2.0 interface and has a TransFlash slot that actually won´t be of the utmost use as such media isn´t the cheapest in the market, besides you still remember that 3GB hard drive.
The second novelty, Samsung SGH-i750 multimedia phone works in 900/1800/1900MHz GSM bands, supports GPRS/EDGE. It also has Windows Mobile 2003 SE installed as well as 128MB flash ROM and 64MB RAM, 2.8" 240x320 display of 65K colors. The handset doesn´t have a built-in camera (such a rarity today, saves your money), but has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and TransFlash slot instead. Moreover, the phone has a QWERTY keyboard, supports predicative input and voice controls, can play WMV, WMA, MP3, ASF, 3GP files and can even be connected to a TV (forget what I said about saving money:).
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