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Bluetooth 5 Oct 2006
WORK SMART AND PLAY HARD IN STYLE WITH
THE LATEST SAMSUNG QWERTY SMARTPHONE
SINGAPORE, 5 October 2006 –
Samsung Electronics and Microsoft today launched the SGH-i320N smartphone with
Microsoft® Windows Mobile® 5.0
. Measuring only 11.5mm and weighing a mere
95g, the SGH-i320N is Asia's thinnest and lightest
QWERTY smartphone – a feature-laden powerhouse that
integrates portability with business and multimedia
functions to suit the lifestyles of consumers at
work and play.
“The SGH-i320N smartphone demonstrates Samsung’s
continued commitment to meet the needs of our discerning consumers who want the
perfect balance of form and feature-rich functions.
Samsung will drive the smartphone industry to new heights with the SGH-i320N,
leading the trend by combining its
cutting-edge technology and sleek ultra-slim designs to attract both smartphone
and non-smartphone users
,” said Mr. Ng Long Shyang, Director of Sales, Telecommunication and IT
Products, Samsung Asia Pte Ltd.
The SGH-i320N offers the best user
customisation of any Windows Mobile smartphone available in
Singapore. Users can personalise
the user interface, menus, hard/soft keys as well as create sound themes to suit
their specific needs, making information access easier than ever before. With
Program Launcher, users can define and group
shortcuts to common applications allowing faster
access to device functions and applications.
Running on Windows Mobile 5.0 with Direct
Push technology, the SGH-i320N
instantly updates Microsoft Office Outlook Email,
Calendar, Contacts and Tasks when synchronised with Exchange Server 2003 to
that users are always up to date while on-the-move.
In addition to the Push Mail capability,
users can also view Microsoft Word, Excel,
, PDF and image formats including BMP, JPEG
and GIF with Picsel Viewer.
For music enthusiasts, the
SGH-i320N powered by Windows Media Player 10 Mobile
acts as a portable music player with integrated dual stereo speakers and WOW XT
technology for an enhanced audio experience. The device also provides Bluetooth
stereo support for headsets, allowing users
to enjoy music wirelessly on the go.
SGH-i320N features a built-in 1.3 megapixel camera with flash and 2x zoom and
the ability to record video up to 320x240 resolution and easy playback with
Windows Media Player 10 Mobile with support for various formats.
"Consumers are increasingly asking for a
single device that will enhance their digital experience, yet is fashionable and
innovative. The growing adoption of mobility in all spheres of life have also
led to further uptake in converged devices that meet all
their mobility needs, be it personal or professional," said Mr. Jason Lim,
Regional Director, Asia Pacific and Japan, Mobile and Embedded Devices Division,
Microsoft Corp. "With its sleek and stylish design, rich productivity and
users can actually make a fashion statement with the SGH-i320N without
compromising on the functionality or ease of use!"
Built-in Pocket MSN offers consumers the
consistent and familiar user experience that they currently enjoy with MSN
Messenger on th
eir desktops. With this
offering, users will automatically have a separate Inbox for Hotmail messages on
their device; they will also be able to view their buddy list and instantly chat
with their contacts, whenever they want and wherever they are.
the device comes with built in consumer applications including World Clock,
Smart Converter, Stop Watch and D-Day making it the ideal tool for use during
work or leisure time. The device also allows users to read Chinese characters.
feature of the device is the USB mode which allows the SGH-i320N to act as an
ActiveSync client or a USB Mass Storage device
for any file
types and multimedia content.
expandable 120MB memory
allows for additional memory for storing a wide
range of content including music, games, photos and video.
is available in
Singapore from 13 October at a recommended retail
price of $598 with a two-year plan or $698 without plan.
On the following pages, we will take a
look at LIVE Photos of the phones and theri functionalities.