|New Symbian OS phones at 3GSM|
Posted: 16-Feb-2005 [Source: Symbian]
[China's Lenova unveiled its P930 and Samsung showcased the multi-tasking SGH-D720 with built-in MP3 player and 3D sound.]
Cannes, France -- Lenovo P930
China's leading mobile handset manufacturer Lenovo unveiled its P930, the first smartphone for the Chinese market. The P930 features an appealing clamshell design, an easy to use pen-input interface in addition to normal keypad input, a 1.3 megapixel camera with LED flash, video recording capability, Bluetooth connectivity, a miniUSB and a removable SD/MMC memory card.
The Samsung SGH-D720 is based on Symbian OS and is part of Samsung's latest range of multi-tasking phones. The Samsung SGH-D720 has a 'snap' slide function for opening and using the key pad, and the handset weighs only 110g. It features a 1 megapixel camera with flash and 4X digital zoom, video streaming and messaging capabilities and a high resolution 262,144 color screen. The built-in MP3 player along with the SGH-D720's dual speaker and 3D sound provides a full mobile music experience. It also features a range of productivity applications including instant messaging and email syncing.
Other Symbian OS handsets announced at 3GSM include the Motorola A1010, the Panasonic X800, the Sendo X2, the Nokia 6680 and 6681 models.
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