Samsung has announced what it claims is the world's thinnest phone . The SGH-X820 is a mere 6.9mm thick (about the same as an iPod Nano) and
Pictures of Samsung's super-thin X828 have been posted on fan sites. The X828 is a 6.9mm thick cell phone; about as thick as an iPod Nano. Despite its compact size, the X828
The SGH-T709 , slated for a second-quarter U.S. release on T-Mobile, is Samsung's first WiFi-enabled cell phone . The thin (22mm) slider phone can access data
Samsung's CDMA RAZR-killer, the A900 , is a slick little phone. Designed for business users, the A900 doesn't have enough storage to take advantage of many 3G data services.
The FCC recently approved the Samsung W399 , a dual-mode CDMA and tri-band GSM flip phone. The phone has a 1.3-MP camera with flash and supports GPS and Bluetooth.
Samsung's SGH-P300 has the usual bells and whistles: 1.3-MP camera, TFT LCD screen and MP3 playback. But it's most impressive feature is its size. This thing is
For the second consecutive quarter, the number of mobile phones shipped exceeded 200 million. 245 million phones were shipped in the fourth quarter of 2005 , a 19 percent increase
Samsung 's slim A900 handset (better known as the " Blade ") may look like a knock-off RAZR, but it packs some pretty slick features. David Pogue of
Samsung today released details of five new extra-slim phones. Most of the models are aimed at the Korean market, but the D820, a quad-band GSM/EDGE phone, seems destined for the US. The phone has
Talk of separating the chaff from the wheat: At a time when the usual critics of WiMax predictably find grist for their mill in the WiMax Forum's decision to postpone the beginning of