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C300 and Z620, the two new Samsung

C300 and Z620, the two new Samsung

Two new mobile phones, different in terms of features and targets, make their entry into the Samsung product portfolio. It is an entry-level model and a much more important one, which offers support for 3G technology.

The first, a GSM / GPRS, is identified by the initials SGH-C300 which, despite being a basic model, comes in the form of a slide-phone: its dimensions are 87x45x18 mm and offers a display from 128 × 160 pixels to 65 thousand colors, polyphonic ringtones, WAP and Java support, SMS / MMS, 2 MB internal memory. It should appear on the market next January 2007.

The second is called SGH-Z620 (pictured), for friends Ultra 11.8: this acronym indicates, as is customary for models belonging to the Ultra Edition range, the thickness dimensions, which make it – according to Samsung – the thinnest HSDPA of the world. At least for now. Length by width, on the other hand, measure 103 × 54 mm, while the weight is almost 100 grams (97 grams). The phone is equipped with a TFT display from 240 × 320 pixels with 262 thousand colors, wireless connectivity (IrDA + Bluetooth).

HSDPA support allows it to have a peak download speed of 1.8 Mbit per second. Entry into the TIM price list is expected in the short term for this device.