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Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Samsung Launches "Ultra Edition" Mobiles


Samsung today unveiled a brand new line-up of slim mobiles at CommunicAsia 2006 that takes ?mobile communications' to a whole new level.

The ?Ultra Edition' demonstrates Samsung's vision for the future of mobile communications in terms of technology and design. The Ultra Edition 6.9 (X820) leads the handset pack, featuring an ultra-thin profile of only 6.9 mm . Also on display is the Ultra Edition 12.9 (D900), a slim slider with a depth of only 12.9mm and a 3 megapixel camera. Making its debut at CommunicAsia is the Ultra Edition 9.9 (D830), a brand new clamshell handset that is 9.9 mm thin.

The Ultra Edition 9.9 (D830)
Samsung's Ultra Edition 9.9 (D830) raises the bar in slimness and design of clamshell handsets. With its simple ultra slim folder design and the latest technology, this 9.9 mm ultra slim clamshell is the result of Samsung's constant efforts to go above and beyond the boundaries of form and function. This lightweight mobile comes outfitted with a 2 megapixel camera, possess a 2.3? wide display and an external memory slot for extra storage. The stylish Ultra Edition 9.9's variety of colors will be available in the Southeast Asian mobile market later this year.

The Ultra Edition 6.9 (X820)
Weighing only 66 grams and measuring a slim 6.9mm depth, Samsung's Ultra Edition 6.9 (X820) is today's tool to help users stay connected, take pictures with the 2 megapixel camera, or enjoy their favorite tunes with the music player. Fiberglass-infused plastic is also used to increase extraordinary durability to protect the wealth of features that are compressed into the 6.9mm frame using the Smart Surface Mounting Technology (SSMT).

The Ultra Edition 12.9 (D900)
The Ultra Edition 12.9 offers the latest in multimedia technology with premium slide-up design for business professionals. The 12.9mm slide-up is the thinnest slider ever designed to come equipped with a powerful 3.13 megapixel camera. The main screen will reflect networks and call status by displaying animated graphics to alert users of missed calls or unread messages, and imported documents can be viewed on the 262K color screen. You can also enhance your multimedia experience with the Bluetooth stereo headset.


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