Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Samsung's first HSUPA phone: SCH-M470

It's still rare even now, to see an actual HSUPA mobile phone in any consumers' hands. Heck, why would you buy a HSUPA mobile phone if none of the mobile wireless carriers can support the HSUPA network? But nevertheless, Samsung has joined in the HSUPA scarce market by releasing SCH-M470; which is currently for Korean only. It's offered by SK Telecom and priced around US$600 a piece, here's the specs quick rundown:

  • a whooping 2 Mbps upload speed

  • 2M-pixels camera

  • WiFi

  • Bluetooth 2.0

  • push email

  • Google search

Is it a beast or a beauty for you? Well, for me; I just can't take off my eyes from those pretty Korean female models... Source from Gadgetell here.
[blogged with my Treo 750v]

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