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UNVEILED: Is Samsung releasing a BlackJack look-alike Pocket PC Phone Edition? [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 19.09.07 - 19:47:12 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 22173x
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Pocket PC Thoughts has spotted a YouTube video which shows a demo of a Treo 750-like Samsung Windows Mobile 6 Professional smartphone, recorded during the Gitex earlier this month.
While one of the highlighted features is a navigable mouse pointer controlled by some "scroller" mechanism underneath the screen, I can see even more interesting features:
It's sporting the Orange typical Home screen design (should this be an indication that Orange is going to launch this unknown beauty?) and furthermore the touch screen is plain to the housing (think of a HTC Touch) which makes this device looking like a non-touch screen device (on the first sight):

Furthermore I wonder if this is 240 x 240 or 320 x 320 pixel screen (which would be theoretically supported by Windows Mobile 6)?
All this is pretty mysterious and it seems no one else, except DinarSoft which recorded this video, has spotted the device.

UPDATE: Okay, I've watched the video over and over again and it seems to have a front-facing camera (right above the Samsung name on top, similar to the front-facing camera of the SGH-i600) which indicates that it is at least a UMTS device (for Europe and Asia since North America isn't supporting UMTS video telephony at the moment).

Cheers ~ Arne

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