Samsung SCH-W420 AnyCall Haptic Ships

Posted: Mar 25 2008, 4:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:54am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Samsung SCH-W420 AnyCall Haptic ships
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Samsung ships the interesting SCH-W420 touchscreen mobile phone in Korea.

The Samsung SCH-W420 offers to 'communicate' with you via 22 kinds of vibrations. Samsung apparently believes you can remember and distinct that many different vibrations. Actually the phone uses some of the vibrations to give you tactile feedback on user interface controllers. For instance, when adjusting the volume the graphic knob makes a clicking noise and vibration.
Types of callers are also marked with different vibrations.

Other features of this clean styled Samsung phone include DMB TV, 2MP camera and 3.2 inch screen.
The SCH-W420 is only 12.1mm thin.

AnyCall is offering the SCH-W420 in Korea now. See a Korean commercial of the AnyCall Haptic below featuring Jeon Ji Hyun.


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