January 22, 2002 in Social Responsibility News

SAMSUNG Wireless Telecommunication Terminals Product Overview

Since its launch in 1997, Samsung Telecommunications America has become a growing force in the wireless handset market. With more than $1.2 billion in U.S. sales, Samsung is one of the top five wireless telecommunications equipment manufacturers in the nation. This type of market success is grounded in the company's commitment to manufacturing cutting-edge products that meet the needs of various consumers.


Samsung's expertise in the wireless telecommunications equipment industry will be ever-present at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games as the Official Wireless Telecommunications Equipment Partner. Spectators and sports-enthusiasts alike can experience Samsung's innovative technology firsthand at Olympic Rendezvous@Samsung, where 16 new phones will be displayed.



Product Overview

SPH-A400

The compact folder-designed A400 allows consumers to customize their phone by wirelessly downloading unique ring tones and graphics. And, by flipping open the A400, the user reveals the 6-line, 128 x 128 pixel screen with a fully animated display located on the upper portion of the folder phone. For additional clarity, the A400's screen displays images on a 4-color gray scale, meaning images are more defined, and messages and menu selections are clearer and easier to read.


SPH-A460

Samsung's SPH-A460 features exciting innovations such as a Global Positioning System (GPS) chip supporting E-911 and location-based services of the future. The phone also boasts downloadable content including images and ring tones and offers an external LCD screen. This dual band/dual mode handset comes equipped with interactive games, a personal information manager, voice-activated dialing and short messaging service.


SPH-N300

The new N300 features an embedded GPS chip necessary for utilizing the E-911 emergency location safety feature, as well as other location-based services such as driving directions, traffic and entertainment services. With its compact flip style and metallic blue exterior, the N300 gives consumers a sleek tool for staying connected and organized with its advanced voice and data capabilities.


SGH-R225

Samsung's newest ultra-slim and lightweight handset for the GSM market is the SGH-R225, a dual band phone equipped with a 4-line display and stylish blue LCD backlight. The phone features two-way short messaging service and the ability to download pictures and ring tones to enhance the user experience. Samsung standards such as multilingual user interface, personal information manager and call logs are also included.


SPH-I300

This phone is the ultimate in convergence technology, combining the functions of a wireless phone and the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) capability. The I300 features a full 8 bit, 256-color touch screen panel and offers an additional LCD on top of the device for phone indicators such as caller ID.


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