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PHOTOVIEW: Samsung SGH-i320 Windows Mobile Smartphone with QWERTY Keyboard
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 04.10.06 - 20:36:50 CET under 08 - Reviews - Viewed 16781x
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The Samsung SGH-i320 is Samsung's new slim Windows Mobile Smartphone and another HTC Excalibur (O2 Xda cosmo/T-Mobile Dash) and Motorola Q competitor, sporting a BlackBerry like QWERTY keyboard.

The sleek and stylish Samsung i320 is a super-slim bar type handset, measuring just 11.5mm in depth and 95g in weight with an easy-to-use QWERTY keyboard. The i320 operates with Microsoft's latest Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Operating System to provide users with a familiar interface that is easy to navigate and use. The phone has a large 2.2 inches LCD screen a  1 .3 megapixel camera with photo light, and comes along with multimedia entertainment functions such as Bluetooth and high-quality dual speakers on the back.

During last weeks Möbius Boston conference, Microsoft was kind enough to hand-out a device to all attendees and while I'm still writing on the review, I want to share the first photos with you:




The SGH-i320 was launched in some parts of Europe already. The following launches will take place throughout the rest of Europe and South East Asia shortly. The full review is coming soon; stay tuned.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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Posted by JaToAc on 05.10.06 - 08:37:44

i love mine... switched back to smartphone from my magician because of one hand usage, keyboard and size. and you have to hold it in your own hands to see how small but usable it is. pictures don't do it justice. others do complain about battery life... myself on the first days too, but after using it the last weeks using push email it has enough juice to run a whole day. and with the second spare battery included in the box it's no problem for me... only downside for some may be the lack of umts and/or wifi. as i don't have the need for both in my phone it's more then fine for me. go and get it...

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