Published on February 17th,2009 at 11:46 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

MWC Live: Samsung Ultra Touch

Here’s maybe the best of both worlds with a nice AMOLED 2.8” (240×400) touchscreen and a sliding keyboard, Samsung’s Ultra Touch is the latest of three new handset announced at the MWC.

The Ulltra Touch is a fully featured phone with both HSDPA and Quad Band EDGE, an 8Mpix camera with AF and face detection, Geotagging, GPS, FM radio, and Bluetooth.

It may not be the most amazing phone at the MWC, but it may please future buyers. Could it be Samsung’s future best seller?

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  • http://lgmobilephonedeals.blogspot.com/ vilims

    It’s a amazing phone and looking very smart.

 

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