Samsung duo promise 'big entertainment'
6 November 2009 — 2:00 PM
Mobile recycling customers looking for entertainment on the go might be interested in one of two new phones from Samsung.
This week the South Korean manufacturer unveiled a duo of multimedia and social networking-focused devices that both offer a full touchscreen interface.
Although yet to be confirmed for a UK release, the Samsung Mythic will combine a 3.3-inch front panel with mobile television technology, while the Flight will provide buyers with a slide-out qwerty keyboard.
The former will also boast the firm's TouchWiz user interface system, as well as fast access to online portals such as Facebook and MySpace, which its creator suggested makes it "a portable entertainment powerhouse".
In the Flight, Samsung claimed to have brought a "next generation messaging device" to the market and highlighted its various SMS, MMS, IM and mobile email facilities.
Vodafone recently added two of the company's other models to its new selection of pay-as-you-go options - the Tocco Lite and the Genio Touch.
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