Samsung's DMB Phone SCH-B340 Is Thin, But Has Fat Antenna

Posted: Mar 21 2006, 3:50am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:21pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Samsung's DMB Phone SCH-B340 is Thin, but has Fat Antenna
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Samsung introduced the SCH-B340 DMB Digital TV phone in Korea in February. It is the world's thinnest DMB TV phone with only 17.3mm. The product photos from February show the thin slider without the apparently necessary DMB antenna.

A review on Korean site Cetizen reveals now photos of the Samsung SCH-B340 with a fat screw-on antenna. Samsung designed the antenna and the phone stand as little keychain trinkets. Still, it would be nice if the antenna would actually be integrated in the phone or it least be an extensible one like it is on most DMB phones available. The Samsung SCH-B340 measures 100.1 x 52.4 x 17.3mm and is available through Anycall in Korea. Features include 2.15" color screen with QVGA resolution, mp3 player, TV out, camera and trans flash card slot.
More photos and details on Cetizen (Korean).

See also the recently announced Samsung SPH-B3100 DMB Phone.

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