Cebit 2005: Samsung presents Symbian-based SGH-D720 cell phone
Among the novelties Samsung showcased at Cebit 2005 there is company´s first Symbianb-based smartphone SGH-D720.
The device is encased into a slim slider body with internal antenna. SGH-D720 features a flash-equipped digital camera and a MPEG4 player, supports video streaming and messaging. The TFT display shows 262K colors.
Besides, SGH-D720 features stereo speakers 64-tone polyphony, supports 3D sound and can use MP3 files as ringtones.
Other features include Bluetooth, E-mail client, SyncML DS, TransFlash slot and even a text-based pager.
- GSM/GPRS (900/1800/1900MHz
- Symbian OS
- Megapixel camera with flash
- MPEG4 movie recording, video messaging and streaming
- MPEG4/H.263 and MP3/WMA/AAC/AAC+ playback
- 262K color TFT (176x208)
- Stereo speakers, 3D sound
- Ringtone editor
- TransFlash slot
- 64MB memory
- E-mail, Java, WAP2.0, alarm clock, organizer
- T9 input
- 99x47x22mm size
- 110g weight
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