Samsung Unveils World's Slimmest Phone
Samsung unveiled the first in the upcoming series of its ultra slim line-ups. The Samsung X820, which will be displayed for the first time at the Sviaz ExpoComm 2006, boasts the world's thinnest profile of only 6.9 mm. Also on display will be Samsung's D900, the world's slimmest slider with the depth of only 13mm.
Samsung's tri-band X820 weighs only 66 grams with slender 6.9mm thinness. The fiberglass-infused plastic is used to increase durability while keeping it lightweight.
Underneath its protective outer shell, the X820's wealth of features is compressed using the Smart Surface Mounting Technology (SSMT). The phone features the 2-megapixel camera, a TV output, is able to play and record video (MPEG4/H.263) and play audio (MP3/AAC/ACC+/AAC+(e)/WMA). There also are Bluetooth, USB, PictBridge, document viewer, and speakerphone.
Samsung's SGH-D900 is a 13mm-thin quad-band slider that comes with a 3.13 megapixel camera. It also includes business features such as document viewer, TV-output function, and also supports Bluetooth stereo headset (A2DP) function. The D900 also boasts 2.1" 240x320 262K color screen and an external microSD slot allows for additional storage.
Both phones also have 80MB of embedded memory.
With a variety of color ways in the making, the X820 will first hit the Russian market next month, followed by other European markets.
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