Samsung unveiled the latest Symbian OS smartphone SGH-i400 at S60 summit in Madrid, Spain.
The new smartphone SGH-i400 has a slim and stylish design, it measures 101x50x15.8 mm
and weights 92g. It is based on Symbian OS and S60 which offer extensive language supports, enhanced download applications and multitasking features.
With Symbian S60, the Samsung i400 allows its users to install programs on their mobile phones just like PCs. The stylish slider phone supports full web browsing and Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 connectivity. The Samsung i400 includes 2 Megapixel camera, music key and stereo dual speaker. The i400 has a 2.3” QVGA TFT 262K colors display. The smartphone supports microSD cards, up to 4 GB. The SGH-i400 is a GPRS/EDGE Tri-Band (900/1800/1900) smartphone.
S.P. Yoon, Vice President of Samsung’s Telecommunications Network Business said, “We are happy to introduce our new Symbian based smartphone SGH-i400 which follows the earlier release of SGH-i520, the first Symbian OS smartphone. We can provide a convenient mobile phone experience for our users by adopting Symbian S60.” He added, “Samsung is excited to present new smartphones to our customers around the world, and we will continue to reveal new models to fit our customers’ needs.”
The i400 will be launched in Russia from July 2007 and to be expanded in other European countries shortly.