Samsung Electronics showcases first GPRS camera phone in Middle East
Samsung Electronics plans to unveil a Tri band, General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) enabled handset with built-in camera for the Middle East market. The SGH-V200 mobile phone will allow users to communicate via audio, image, text-based data or the Internet, with its built-in Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) 1.2-compliant browser.
For visual display, the Samsung SGH-V200 features an embedded digital camera that displays images over a thin film diode liquid crystal display (TFD-LCD). The TFD-LCD shows 65,000 colors at 128 x 160 resolutions. For audio, the SGH-V200 features 40-polyphonic ring tones. It also allows users to upload songs to use as a ring tone. — (menareport.com)
Founded in 1969 in Korea, Samsung Electronics today has 25 production bases worldwide and 59 sales subsidiaries in 46 countries. Samsung Electronics global strategy is present in North America, Europe, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Middle East & Africa (MEA), China, CIS and Latin America. — (menareport.com)
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