CES 2007 – The Samsung SGH-F500 is a super-thin video capable phone equipped with a 2.3”, (240×320) display. Samsung claims that it is the first cellphone to support DivX, but I’m pretty sure that I’ve seen smartphones running DivX. Anyways, what is important is that the SGH-F500 is a beauty and its clever keypad design allows the phone to rest with the screen at an angle for a comfortable viewing (well, as much as possible with a 2.3”). The videos can be stored on the internal 400MB memory or on an Micro-SD card (up to 2GB).
And that’s not all, the F500 is also HSDPA (3G) capable and should connect to the internet at entry-level DSL speeds. Congratulations to Samsung for this excellent design.
- Dual Face & Sweeping UI
- 2 Megapixel Camera
- MP3, AAC, AAC+, e-AAC+, WMA
- DivX, MPEG4, H.264, WMV
- Internal memory: 400MB
- External Memory: up to 2GB (micro-SD)
- Blutooth 2.0 (stereo)
- 116 x 50 x 10.7mm
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