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Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Samsung Unveils World's Slimmest Phone


Samsung unveiled the first in the upcoming series of Samsung's ultra slim line-ups. The Samsung X820, which will be displayed for the first time at the Sviaz ExpoComm 2006 is the world?s thinnest profile of only 6.9 mm, according to Samsung.

Also on display will be Samsung;s D900, the world's slimmest slider with the depth of only 13mm.

Samsung's first experience with slim mobiles with advanced features started in 2001 with the introduction of SPH-N2001, the company's first 9.8mm mobile phone. Samsung will continue to reveal slim mobiles in various form factors and features to the world.

Samsung X820

Weighing only 66 grams with slender 6.9mm thinness, the lightweight X820 is today's modern method to stay connected. The fiberglass-infused plastic is used to increase durability while keeping it lightweight.

Underneath its protective outer shell, the X820's a wealth of features are compressed into the 6.9mm thinness using the Smart Surface Mounting Technology (SSMT). The 2 megapixel camera will allow capturing of special moments or pull of a presentation with the document viewer and TV-output function.

The X820 will first hit the Russian market next month, followed by other European markets.

Samsung D900

Samsung's SGH-D900 13mm slide-up is the thinnest slider ever designed. It also comes with a 3.13 megapixel camera, starting the 3 megapixel camera phone trend for the European mobile market this year. The SGH-D900 also includes business features such as document viewer, TV-output function, and also supports Bluetooth stereo headset (A2DP) function.

The D900 also boasts a 262K color screens, ideal for watching streaming videos or viewing the phone's photo book. Also, an external microSDTM slot allows for additional storage.

Specifications:

SGH-X820
Standard GSM / GPRS (900 / 1800 / 1900MHz) + EDGE
2 Megapixel Camera
1.9? 176x220 262K Color TFT
Features Video Recording & Messaging (MPEG4 / H.263) MP3 / AAC / ACC+ / AAC+ (e) / WMA
Digital Power Amp
Bluetooth / USB / PictBridge
Document Viewer / TV-output / Speakerphone / Off-line mode
Memory 80MB embedded
Size 113 x 50 x 6.9 mm
Weight 66g

SGH-D900
Standard GSM / GPRS (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900MHz) + EDGE
3.13 Megapixel Camera
2.1? 240x320 262K Color TFT
Features Video Recording & Messaging (MPEG4 / H.263) MP3 / AAC / ACC+ / AAC+ (e)
Digital Power Amp
Bluetooth / USB / PictBridge
Document Viewer / TV-output
Memory 80MB embedded, External memory (microSD)
Size 103.5 x 51 x 13 mm
Weight 93g


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