Today Samsung and Giorgio Armani announced their new joint device - the Samsung B7620 Giorgio Armani. It's a Windows Mobile 6.5 powered smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard and a slide-and-tilt screen. Just by the golden looks of it, you should be able to tell it's an expensive toy - and it is with its 700 euro pricetag.
Update: We've already posted a live preview of the Samsung B7620 Giorgio Armani - check it out right here.
Samsung B7620 Giorgio Armani is certainly not the first Samsung handset wearing the Armani logo, since the first Armani phone (P520) and the music-oriented M7500 Emporio Armani are already aging out there.
The B7620 Giorgio Armani is a uniquely styled golden handset, which has high-rolling executives in its sight. This expensive gadget has it all - a 3.5-inches AMOLED resistive touchscreen, a 5 megapixel camera, HSPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, TV-out capabilities, DivX/XviD support, 8 gigs internal storage expandable via microSD card slot and a sliding full QWERTY keyboard.
The CPU is as hot as the fashion logo (hope not literally though), since the B7620 uses an ARM1176 CPU running at 800MHz and packs 192MB RAM.
The new Samsung Giorgio Armani phone will sport the Work&Life interface, which filters your personal data (contacts, messages, calendar events, calls, etc) from the business one. You can easily switch back and forth between your business and personal data with a single push of a key. We already saw this mode switch in the B7610 OmniaPRO.
The WinMo smartphone will also come with an exclusive Giorgio Armani application that will deliver image and video from the Armani fashion lines.
The fashionable Samsung B7620 Giorgio Armani will be available soon in Italy, UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Russia, China, and UAE (Dubai) with a pricetag of 700 euro.
Yah anything with tilt slide will look so. It's in fact looks more like N97 because of it's keypad. they should have stick to B7610 OmniaPRO keypad design.
Look like N97, i thought GSMArena put the wrong photo.
to a proper brand... they copy uncreatively. Worst Asian style behaviour.