You could call the Samsung Jet a Speedy Gonzales where cellphone processors are concerned, considering it clocks up a whopping 800MHz figure compared to other handsets in the market that have just made it past the 500MHz mark. Guess cellphone processors will soon catch up with netbooks in terms of the MHz count if the latter industry remains stagnant. The Samsung Jet boasts a pure Samsung six-sided Cube interface and a WebKit browser, dubbed Dolfin by Samsung. There is no word on when it will hit the US, but since it is UTMS, chances are AT&T will be the carrier of choice.
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