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SMARTPHONE: Samsung presented a Palm OS based Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 25.06.02 - 13:06:00 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 7200x
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On Communic Asia 2002 in Singapore, Samsung presented a Smartphone with the codename Bluechip, based on the Palm OS 4.1.

Even if it is a prototype today the final version should have for sure the following specifications:

  • Color LCD screen
  • 8,7 x 5,4 x 2,1 centimeters size
  • 130 grams weight
  • Graffiti input field
  • GPS receiver

A price or availability wasn't give today.

A Smartphone which is used with a stylus and in this case with Graffiti? What the hell is this!? :-> LOL... Doesn't makes sense from my point of view, in that case I prefer a Wireless PDA like the O2 xda or even the Handspring Treo. If I'm looking for a Smartphone, it have to work without a stylus like Microsoft Smartphone 2002 platform.

Hm, hope this is a concept only and they will change the specifications for the final release. However, GPS is a nice addition I want to see on Smartphone 2002s too!

Cheers ~ Arne