Armani-Samsung smartphone is elegant and functional
12 October 2009 — 4:27 PM
Fashionistas hoping to upgrade to the latest trend in phones by getting cash for mobile phones they currently own may be interested in a new device from Samsung.
The Armani-Samsung smartphone is the latest collaboration between the two firms, which has produced an elegant and functional item, according to the designer.
Among the phone's features is a touch screen, qwerty keyboard, five-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, GPS and eight gigabytes of memory.
JK Shin, executive vice-president of Samsung Electronics, also pointed out the device has FM radio, TV-Out and WiFi capabilities.
He commented: "This latest generation mobile masterfully combines our experience in technology with a design from one of the world's best known designers and the function offered by Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system."
The new software, released recently by the software giant, will allow users to access Word and Exel documents, as well as play music and synchronise over the internet.
In related news, the Samsung i8910HD won the Best Multimedia Phone at the Mobile Choice Consumer Awards last week.
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