CommunicAsia2007 - Part 2


Samsung's Booth (Part I)

 Samsung's presence was certainly very visible given the size of their exhibition floorspace.

 First up is the Samsung SCH-B710 DMB phone that's capable of receiving digital media broadcast from both S-DMB and T-DMB networks. Most impressive trait of this phone is that it even permits PIP (Picture-in-Picture) viewing of two different channels concurrently on the screen.

 Announced at 3GSM earlier this year is the SGH-E840 slider handset with a 2.2-inch TFT display, a phonebook that supports up to 1000 entries, a 2.0-megapixel camera and a gloriously sleek exterior. It's therefore not surprising to find that its direct competitor being the LG Shine.

 Samsung describes the SGH-F200 music phone 'Stick Compact Size' and for good reasons too. When closed, the phone is incredibly small and handy, and you'll be surprised to find the phone having a built-in music player that supports WMV, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC files, Bluetooth and even a microSD for up to 2GB of songs!

 Expanding Samsung's already huge portfolio of handsets that support digital media broadcasting is the new SGH-P940. This handset brings DVB-H mobile TV entertainment to you via a 2.15-inch TFT screen that you can rotate between portrait and landscape modes. Other notable features it has are a 2.0-megapixel camera and HSDPA connectivity.