Samsung D710, E610, E850 released

12 Nov, 2004 | Post your comment

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Samsung is the only major manufacturer to license all of the major smartphone platforms, including Windows Mobile, Palm OS, and Symbian. According to an article published at phonescoop.com, Samsung is about to release the previously announced model SGH-D710 smartphone based on Symbian Series 60 platform. The D710 is tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz) and is notable for having a sliding design, a megapixel camera and a 262k color display. The camera can also record video, is aided by an LED flash, and has a macro switch for close-ups.

Samsung SGH-E610, a clamshell phone, is thinner and lighter than most other clamshell phones with similar features. It has a dual TFT color displays, a VGA camera with flash and video capture, and Java 2.0. The main display is crisp and bright, supporting 262,000 colors and measuring 176x220 pixels.

The third one is Samsung SGH-E850, a dual-band slide phone and is for Europe and Asia only. This is very similar to the super-small E800, E810, and E820 GSM slider-phones for Europe. It's camera has been moved to a very unique "pop-out" design, that combines full swivel action with an effective lens cover mechanism. Like most well-designed camera lens covers, opening it automatically activates the camera function.

Samsung showcase 2004 at Phonescoop