New Samsung SPH-M4650 Windows Smartphone

Posted: Nov 5 2007, 2:30am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:41am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
New Samsung SPH-M4650 Windows Smartphone
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Samsung announces the SPH-M4650 Windows running touchscreen smartphone.

The 14mm thin Samsung SPH-M4650 runs on the 624MHz high-PXA300 CPU from Marvell Corp. and Windows Mobile 6.0 Professional.
Samsung highlights the vibration touch feedback feature of the SPH-M4650.

Other features of the SPH-M4650 include 2.8 inch LCD screen and a DMB TV tuner. The Samsung SPH-M4650 is going to be available from AnyCall in Korea.

Windows Smartphones are ganging up on the iPhone slowly but surely. The newest generation of Windows handsets are small, feature a touch screen, have 3G/HSDPA connectivity and a stylish custom user interface on top of Windows.
An interesting handset that fits that discription as well is the new LG LG-KS20 that ships in Europe as of today.

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