Samsung has introduced a CDMA EV-DO mobile phone with a 3GB HDD. The model follows the Samsung SPH-V5400, the world's first mobile phone equipped with a 1.5GB hard disc drive, introduced in September 2004.
The V7900 allows users to store two or three full-length movies or more than 700 music files (at 4MB each). It also supports MPEG-4/H.264 (for video) and MPEG-4 AAC/AAC+ (for audio). High-performance dual speakers are mounted on the exterior folder to provide 64-polyphonic stereo sound.
This model comes with harmonic color, a new feature that converts all musical elements such as scale, octave, tone and volume into visual images in a variety of colors and patterns shown on its 240x320 pixel TFT LCD.
It also comes with a 2 megapixel camera that includes 2x optical zoom, MP3 player, and document viewer functions. The phone connects to a computer through a USB 2.0 port.
The phone is available in Korea at around $700 USD.