Samsung SPH-V6900 incorporates advanced Bluetooth functionality
Posted on 24-May-2005 23:25.
Filed under: News
Samsung Electronics is bringing to the Korean market the new SPH-V6900, a cellular handset using Broadcom's Bluetooth technology and the first to be able to wirelessly stream stereo music from a phone to the headset.
The A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) is used to stream stereo sound to Bluetooth enabled stereo headphones. The other AV profiles (AVRCP, GAVDP) provide remote control of audio including functions such as pause, play, and volume up or down.
The phone also offers the CTP (cordless telephony) profile that enables the phone to connect to home gateway devices so that the mobile phone can be used as conventional wireless phone in the residence or small business.
In addition to these extended functionalities, the Bluetooth implementation also offers OBEX-based profiles, such as object push (OPP), basic imaging (BIP), basic printing (BPP) and file transfer (FTP) that enable users to transfer data (such as pictures, contacts, and files) from the phone to other devices such as PCs, printers and other phones.
The Samsung SPH-V6900 phone is currently shipping in Korea.