Samsung slings out 7 new phones at CES, making sure its giant 82-inch TV won't be lonely out there.
The Samsung zx10 will be the first North American UMTS phone, with a 1.3 mega pixel camera, MicroSD memory expansion and video and audio streaming.
The zx20 will be the company's first HSDPA capable phone (supposedly the world's first) and will thankfully support quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE plus dual band HSDPA/UMTS frequencies. Also includes a 1.3 megapixel camera.
The D807 is slim and stylish, only 15.4 mm thick, with MP3 player and MP3 ringtones, Bluetooth and MobiTV.
The SCH-A930 is also slim but looks like it will only be offered by Verizon. With a clamshell design, it's got music-dedicated keys on the front cover, MP3 music player, and memory expansion through T-Flash cards. Also includes dual displays, swiveling 1.3-megapixel camera with video record capability, Video on Demand and stereo speakers.
The Samsung SGH-T709 is a cool-looking slider phone for T-Mobile and supports 850/1800/1900 frequencies as well as Instant Messaging (AOL, ICQ, Yahoo). Most importantly, it looks like this one will include Wi-Fi for wireless connection, which we haven't seen much of yet from any US mobile phone. And yea, it's got a 1.3-megapixel camera.
The SGH-T609 is quad-band GSM/EDGE clamshell phone with dual-screens, Bluetooth, 32MB of built-in memory, MP3 music media player and instant messenger.
Finally, the i830 is almost the same as the SCH-i730, but without the WiFi capability. It is, however, both a dual-band CDMA and dual-band GSM phone based on Microsoft Mobile for Pocket PC Phone Edition 2003. Includes Bluetooth, QWERTY sliding keyboard, SD memory expansion slot and 520 MHz Intel Bulverde processor.