Samsung ramps up handsets

Samsung Electronics has introduced three new handsets to its popular Ultra portfolio: Ultra Music, Ultra Video, and Ultra Messaging

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By  Administrator Published  February 7, 2007

Samsung Electronics has introduced three new handsets to its popular Ultra portfolio: Ultra Music, Ultra Video, and Ultra Messaging.

Samsung claims the Ultra Music handset is designed for music aficionados. The handset features a digital power amp and dedicated user interface that Samsung claims makes it easy to navigate through playlists. Additionally, it is equipped with a stereo FM radio and Quick PC Sync software, which enables users to create their own music library and playlists. Ultra Music also features a 2.0-megapixel camera, long-lasting battery life and Bluetooth.

Samsung claims the Ultra Video is the first handset available on the market that supports the DivX codec, allowing users to view a large array of video content including MPEG-4, H.264, WMV and AVI files. It boasts a range of multimedia features including a PMP function, a wide 2.4-inch screen and a 2.0-megapixel camera.

The handset features a unique swivel design that enables the user to adjust the viewing angle of the screen or form a stand to place the device down.

The handset features 400MB internal memory as standard, which is expandable up to 2GB via an optional microSD card.

Meanwhile, the Ultra Messaging handset is based on the Windows Mobile 5.0 platform and is designed primarily for professionals.

The handset offers high-speed connectivity through WiFi and Bluetooth 2.0 EDR, while offering other features including a MP3 player, voice recognition, and a QWERTY keypad with wheel key.

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