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Rumors that Samsung and Bang & Olufsen were canoodling surfaced a few weeks ago, and details about the phone they created have now emerged. The Samsung SGH-E910/Serene is inspired by a powder-box, has a trapezium shape that is shorter than the RAZR, and a little over 2.5-inches thick. That's a navigation wheel inside the circle of numbers (how iPod of them). There is a VGA camera on the side, it's Bluetooth-enabled and comes with a funky-looking charger. Two versions of this glamour phone are coming to market at the end of November—One is DECT-friendly, which is weirder than I can even explain—and the price (converted from Euros) will be in the $1,000 range.


Review GSM phone Samsung SGH-E910/Serene or a joint product with Bang&Olufsen [Mobile-Review]