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Samsung releases Ultra Edition media phones

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Samsung released a trio of very nice media phones. The Ultra Music F300, the Ultra Video F500 and the Ultra Messaging i600 are each branded according to their designed use. The F300 and F500 are tri-band devices.


The F300 ships with a touch sensitive 2.1in, 176 x 220 screen with 262,144 colors. It also supports Bluetooth 2.0 stereo audio (A2DP), a wide variety of music formats, and FM radio. The F300 has 100MB of onboard memory and can get more through MicroSD cards.

The F500 comes with a 2.4in, 240 x 320 display, a sliding keypad and can handle all sorts of music/video formats. It has 400MB of on-board memory, and can handle more through MicroSD cards.

The F600 is more like a PDA then a phone, comes with a 2.3in, 320 x 240, 65,536 color screen and a QWERTY keyboard. It also comes with 64MB of RAM, 128MB of Flash ROM, a camera that supports video conferencing, wireless connectivity (wifi, Bluetooth 2 and A2DP), and runs it all using Windows Mobile 5.0.

Source: The Register
 

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oooo, i wonder if these have that fancy screen yall posted about a couple weeks ago
 
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Yes Fancy screens is a must... also fancy women whom buttons are there for the pushing. Nothing like a good button mash fest. On a serious note Japan always has cooler shit than us... or maybe its just that they make it look cooler, but then again we did have "Neo" aka the one.... so take that Japan!
 

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Yes Fancy screens is a must... also fancy women whom buttons are there for the pushing. Nothing like a good button mash fest. On a serious note Japan always has cooler shit than us... or maybe its just that they make it look cooler, but then again we did have "Neo" aka the one.... so take that Japan!
Why Japan? I thought they were korean....

Cool idea, though. Fm radio was the missing thing for this wonderful mobiles... bring them here in Italy ASAP :D
 
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i think korea is taking over Japan with regards to technology, Matsushita and Sony are dropping the ball.

Samsung>Sony
 

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i think korea is taking over Japan with regards to technology, Matsushita and Sony are dropping the ball.

Samsung>Sony
I think the same, definitely...SOny is just a matter of Play Station nowadays...

However I'm still faithful to my old SE k750i ....with my 4 GB Mstick remains one of the best in terms of storing space...
 
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I'll just take those two hotties.
 
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don't their heads look a little odd, as if they are cut-n-paste jobs? Perhaps it's just the depth of field in the image, foreshortening...but they look oddly out of proportion
 

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don't their heads look a little odd, as if they are cut-n-paste jobs? Perhaps it's just the depth of field in the image, foreshortening...but they look oddly out of proportion
Which Heads are u talking about man? :D please help a poor Italian to c your quips :banghead:
 

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i'll take an f500 and hottie no.1 please