Windows Mobile Pocket PC with Mobile WiMax, IMS, and DMB
It's not the dual-mode WiMax / GSM handset that has been reported previously, but Samsung's SPH-M8100 Mobile WiMAX slider looks like a killer phone. Like the SPH-P9000 introduced yesterday, this device is part of Samsung's Mobile WiMAX MITs lineup only this time in a dedicated IMS handset. IMS is the IP Multimedia Subsystem we saw under global trial back in February which even Cingular has been known to dabble around with. IMS support means this not-a-cellphone handset will not only provide access to content over high-speed Mobile WiMAX (WiBro as it's known in Korea), but it'll also feature such SIP-based services as VoIP calls, video conferencing, and "Push-to-All" which we assume is just the push-to-talk, walkie-talkie service as it's known around here.
The handset runs Windows Mobile 5.0 PocketPC and features a 2.8-inch 65k color, 240x320 touch-screen TFT display, MMCmicro expansion, and 2 megapixel camera with another 0.3 megapixel shooter up front for video conferences. It also features T-DMB mobile TV with both the antenna and stylus tucked neatly away in the case. The new handset will also double as a Mobile WiMAX modem for your laptop too.