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CONFIRMED: Samsung will release the SGH-i320 in Germany as SGH-i320n
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 02.08.06 - 17:33:43 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 10280x
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As announced earlier by Samsung, since last week the long awaited messaging Windows Mobile Smartphone SGH-i320 is available commercially in some parts of Europe while other countries still waits for its release.
At least for the German customers I've received some good news: Samsung Germany has confirmed plans to launch the device in Germany as well, next month (September) and, as I've heard before, in Germany the SGH-i320n version will be launched, instead of the regular i320 design.
While both devices are expected to sport the same features (like the OS which is Windows Mobile 5.0 for Smartphone, CPU, etc), the i320n has a slightly different overall shape as well as a completely different (and in my humble opinion a nicer/better workable) keyboard layout:

For sure, the favor of designs is always discussable but I prefer the clearer structure of the i320n.
As said, expect the German release of the SGH-i320n in September; a price wasn't given yet.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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Posted by Rogier on 03.08.06 - 09:32:55

That still makes me wonder about the rest of Europe. Does this mean that in the Netherlands, Samsung will also launch the "new" design or will they go with the "old" design? And more import does Samsung wish to serve the rest of the European market in september or still only a few selected countries?

Posted by Arne Hess on 03.08.06 - 12:39:40

I know, many of you have similar questions but I haven't heard anything about other European countries yet. But a general launch across Europe might makes sense.
Will try to get more information and keep you guys updated.

Posted by UniqueTouch on 05.08.06 - 02:14:13

Does anyone know id the i320n will have a scroller? Like on the blackberry's (and on the new HTC Mteor and Tytn).

Cheers

Posted by mfre on 07.08.06 - 09:26:10

I have my brand new i320 since last friday, it's generally available now in Switzerland.

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