Samsung 8GB Music Mobile Phone SCH-B570

Posted: Aug 26 2006, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:47pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Samsung 8GB Music Mobile Phone SCH-B570
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Samsung announced the SCH-B570 music phone, which features 8GB of storage.

The Samsung B570 has the world’s largest storage capacity for a handset. Samsung uses a built-in 8GB HDD. Sandisk just announced this week a 8GB flash memory based digital audio player. Why Samsung, who makes most likely the flash memory for Sandisk, is not using flash in this music phone is a bit strange (just a bit).

The SCH-B570 is also a DMB TV phone and supports PIP. Other features include a 2MP camera, TV Out, 5.1 Channel stereo sound and CDMA 2000 1XEVDO connectivity. To top things off and to make you want to own the SCH-B570, you can shake it to turn-off the integrated Alarm Clock. Samsung calls this feature "motion recognition capability".
Did I mention that this amazing mobile phone is still considerably small with measurements of 112 x 48 x 19.9 mm (4.4x1.9x.78inch).
More details in this Samsung press-release.

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