Samsung introduces three new music phones with the SGH-i450, SGH-F330 and SGH-F210.
The Samsung SGH-i450 (photo) is a Dual Slider with touch wheel music navigation. The HSDPA phone runs on Nokia's Symbian S60 3rd Edition operating system.
The built-in speaker uses B&O developed ICEpower amplifier for sound quality. Other features of the SGH-i450 include 35MB internal memory, SD card slot and MP3, AAC, AAC+, e-AAC+, WMA, WMDRM sound format support.
The Samsung i450 is available in Italy from the end of October and will be available in other European countries soon. The price is around 360 Euro (~$500) without subsidy.
The Samsung F330 is a dual face slim slider and follows the Samsung F300.
Supporting HSDPA connectivity at 3.6 mbps, SGH-F330 is still rich in extra features including a 2.0 mega-pixel camera, and microSD™ slot for memory expansion up to 2GB. The F330 is 13.5mm thin.
The F330 has been launched in Germany in early October and will be launched in other European countries shortly. The price is around 260 Euro (~$367) without subsidy.
The Samsung F210 comes with an innovative MP3 player design and necklace integrated ear buds. The unique swing-open form factor allows for a perfect combination of mobile phone and MP3 player function. The F210 has 1GB internal memory and a microSD slot for expandable memory up to 2GB.
The F210 has been launched in Germany in the middle of October and will be available in other European countries shortly. The price is around 280 Euro (~$395) without subsidy.
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