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Monday, August 15, 2005

Samsung Releases Two Symbian Smartphones

Monday, 15 August 2005- Telecoms Korea
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Samsung Electronics, the world’s third-largest handset maker, releases its first Symbian smartphones, which account for about 80% of smart phones in the global market.

Samsung is going to introduce two Symbian smart phones, SCH-D720 and SGH-D730, in Europe.

Telecoms Korea

The smartphones, unlike other PDA phones, are the size of general handsets. D730 is dual folder phone that weighs just 97g while D720, a slide up phone, weighs only 110g. The phones are the smallest and the lightest smart phones ever released.

Samsung said that, although it has introduced other smart phones adopting Palm, Microsoft and Linux platform, it would put more energy on developing smart phone with introducing those Symbian phones,

The Symbian smartphones will be released in Germany for the first time this month and will be available in France, Italy, Russia and other European nations later on.

According to Data Quest, a market research firm, global smart phone demand will be expanded from 28m units in 2004 to 51m in 2005 and 150m in 2008.


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