Samsung is going to be demonstrating WiBro (Wireless Broadband, or what we like to call Mobile WiMAX) at this year's 2005 APEC IT Exhibition during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) by showing the first two WiBro phones— the mobile phone-typed H1000 and the PDA-typed M8000. The H1000 is a clamshell phone that can open either horizontally or vertically, includes a 2.2-inch LCD, two cameras (2 megapixel and VGA) and a TV output function. The M8000 is a smart phone that comes with a QWERTY keyboard and a WiBro PCMCIA card. The point of the new phones is to show off the new applications WiBro promises, like broadcasting, home networking, video telephony, VOD, and navigation.
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