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Monday, August 22, 2005
Samsung Launches Symbian Smartphones in Europe


Samsung Electronics has launched the company's first smartphones for the European market, based on the Symbian OS.

Both D720 and the D730 models are compact and small and have the same look and feel as the traditional mobile phone. The D720 offers a sleek design and weighs 110g. The slim D730 is a clamshell-type phone and remarkably light at 97g. The D720 and D730 will be introduced in succession, first in Germany in August, then in France, Italy and Russia.

The Symbian OS is the global industry standard operating system for smartphones, and is licensed to handset manufacturers worldwide. Symbian is a software licensing company that develops and supplies open standard operating system " Symbian OS " for data-enabled mobile phones.

Both Samsung's smartphones are targeted at the needs of business customers. With the application of the Symbian OS, the phones are highly capable of performing multiple tasks in a user-friendly environment.

The D720 and D730 offer synchronization possibilities over Bluetooth and SynML and are equipped with a 1.3-Mpixel camera as well as an MP3 player with lyrics support. In addition, a two-way e-mail function and instant messaging capabilities are supported.



The phones have an internal storage capacity of 18MB and support an external memory storage capacity up to 512MB. Data is transferable as the phones support USB connection.

The phones also allow the user to compose tunes with the music maker feature and set them as a ring tone or an alarm. With the D720, the user can enjoy favorite songs with the dual stereo speaker system. Both models provide Bluetooth-based multiple games function enabling two people to play each other via Bluetooth.

Kitae Lee, President of Samsung's Telecommunication Network Business, states, "Samsung's Symbian-based smartphones are built to satisfy the sophisticated tastes yet demanding lifestyle of the business user. The latest technology-leading features are packaged in a compact and fashion-setting design that distinguishes the Samsung phone." He adds, "We plan to continue to introduce a wide range of smartphones for the worldwide market."

SGH-D720 Specifications

GPRS(900 / 1800 / 1900MHz)
Symbian OS
Display: 1.9-inch 262,144-color TFT-LCD (176 x 208 pixels)
1.3-megapixel camera
External Memory: MMCmicro
MP3 Player with Lyrics Support
MPEG4/H.263/Real
MMS / E-mail / JAVA / WAP 2.0
64 Poly Ringtones
Music Maker
Bluetooth / USB support
Document Viewer, BT Multi-game
File Manager, Flight Mode
Dual Stereo Speaker
99x47x22.3mm, 110g

SGH-D730 Specifications

GPRS(900 / 1800 / 1900MHz)
Symbian OS
Display: 1.9-inch 262,144-color TFT-LCD (176 x 208 pixels)
1.3-megapixel camera
External Memory: MMCmicro
MP3 Player with Lyrics Support
MPEG4/H.263/Real
MMS / E-mail / JAVA / WAP 2.0
64 Poly Ringtones
Music Maker
Bluetooth / USB support
Document Viewer, BT Multi-game
File Manager, Flight Mode
95x47x21.5mm , 97g


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