Remember the Samsung F500 that was introduced at last month’s CES? Samsung certainly did not rest on their laurels, upgrading the F500 to the spanking new SGH-F510, featuring support for Europe’s DMB-H digital broadcast TV specifications. The F510 shares the same middle swivel design as the F500, keeping the controls intact, with the addition of a TV antenna that can be hidden away when not required. Otherwise, the 2.3″ 262k color QVGA resolution display, HSDPA connectivity, and 410MB of internal memory remains. Of course, you can still pop in a microSD card to boost the capacity by another 2GB. There is no word on how much the SGH-F510 would cost.
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