CeBIT: 3GB Music SmartPhone Samsung SGH-i300

Posted: Mar 13 2005, 8:52am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:35pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

CeBIT: 3GB Music SmartPhone Samsung SGH-i300
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Stealing a the show away from the Sony Ericsson Walkman Music Mobile Phone, Samsung presents a Music Mobile phone (SGH-i300) with a built-in 3GB Hard-drive.

Samsung introduced already a 1.5GB HDD phone (SPH-V5400) in September 2004.
The SGH-i300 runs the Microsoft Windows Mobile OS and features a MP3 / WMA / AAC / AAC+ / OGG music Player. Stereo speakers, a 240x320 TFT color screen, stereo speaker, 1.3MP Camera, Digital Power Amp, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth are amongst the Samsung Music Phone features. The SGH-i300 measures 113 x 48 x 20 mm and weighs 130g. The music smartphone should be available in Q3 2005.
More details on Samsung's site (click New Experience of Innovation at CeBIT 2005 link in top right corner).

msmobiles got a fresh report from the CeBIT with hands-on photos and impressions of the SGH-i300. They say the SGH-i300 is stunning and iPods will be soon history.

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