Samsung is showcasing more than 25 devices with advanced multimedia and imaging capabilities, handsets that will launch carrier services and new mobile TV technologies in 2006 at the CES 2006.
Samsung's line-up of Entertainment on Demand (EOD) phones on display at CES - including the t809, a900, a920, a940, a950 and a970.
The Samsung zx10, as the first Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) handset, and the zx20, as the first High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) phone.
Samsung also will unveil the world's first mobile WiMAX handset, the M8000, which is already announced as a WiBro phone in Korea. Is WiBro not so different from WiMAX afterall? Samsung's slim phones A900, t809 and d807 designed for the North American market and the Z510, Z540 and P300 developed for the European market will also be shown.
Samsung will showcase the SPH-B4100, the world's first dual DMB phone, enabling consumers to enjoy both S-DMB and T-DMB in one phone.
More details in this Samsung press-release.
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