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updated 10:40 am EDT, Wed April 25, 2007

Samsung SGH-i400

Making use of the S60 summit in Madrid, Samsung has announced a new smartphone, the SGH-i400 (click below for a larger image). The company is heavily promoting the use of S60, which is typically not found in Samsung products; some features of the OS include multitasking and the ability to install new, downloaded programs.

Distinguishing features of the phone include a slider keypad, a two-megapixel camera, and a 2.3-inch display, which may or may not be a touchscreen. More mundane confirmed features are Bluetooth, music playback and stereo speakers. The 400 will be launched in Russia in July of this year, with European countries receiving the product later.

by MacNN Staff




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