Samsung unveiled the SPH-H1000 DMB/WiBro phone at an exhibition in Korea. Not only is it a wireless broadband receiver, but it can handle VOIP, too. The screen is a 2.2-inch QVGA 262k, and along with received DMB satellite broadcasts there is a TV-out port for connecting to a larger screen. The camera comes in 2- or 3-megapixel models. And dig the twistiness of the screen—it starts as a flip phone but has a QWERTY keyboard in there, too. I'm sure it's too huge to make for a very convenient flip phone, and the keypad is probably a bit small. But what a killer set of features, eh? No word on pricing or availability outside Korea and Japan.
Samsung SPH H1000 - DMB phone with QWERTY keyboard [Aving News (via MobileMag)]