Today, at a press even in Singapore, Samsung showed off its latest Windows Mobile 5.0
Smartphone, the SGH-i320N, and confirmed, that the 11.5mm thin and one of the
lightest and slimmest smart phones in the market will be launched next Friday
Like the SGH-i320, the Motorola Q and the O2 Xda cosmo, the i320N is equipped
with a 1.3-megapixel CMOS camera, QWERTY keypad, Windows Mobile 5.0 OS,
speakerphone, Bluetooth as well as a QVGA screen but lacks WiFi, like the
SGH-i320 and the Motorola Q.
Samsung Asia's director of Sales, Telecommunication and IT Products, Ng Long
Shyang, described the SGH-i320N during the launch as a "stylish QWERTY smart
phone" that "integrates portability with business and multimedia functions".
According to CNet Asia, the SGH-i320N is expected to be available in
Singapore from October 13, at a recommended retail price of S$ 598 (US$ 380.46)
with two-year contract (or S$ 698 (US$ 444.00) without plan - which isn't too
bad at all). The Samsung smart phone will be rolled out across Asia in the
Cheers ~ Arne