Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., has announced its launch of the SGH-i320, a slim QWERTY Windows Mobile Smartphone, which the company says signals its drive to the smartphone market.
The new Samsung i320 is a super-slim candybar handset, measuring just 11.5mm in depth and weighting only 95g.
The i320 operates with Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone OS to provide users with a familiar interface that is easy to navigate and use. It allows users to send and receive e-mails instantly, when connected to a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, thanks to the Messaging & Security Feature Pack (MSFP) software.
The phone has a 2.2" ((900/1800/1900 MHz pixels) LCD screen, a built-in 1 .3 mega-pixel resolution camera, along with some multimedia entertainment functions such as high-quality dual speakers.
The SGH-i320 will be launched in Europe this month. The following launches will take place throughout the rest of Europe and South East Asia shortly after.
The phone connects to GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz), EDGE and GPRS Class 10 networks. It comes with 120MB embedded, which can be expanded thanks to a microSD card slot.