Thursday, June 22, 2006

Samsung Electronics launches new ultra-slim phones

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South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., the world's third-largest handset maker, launched on Wednesday three new ultra-slim mobile phones to tap the runaway success of Motorola's slim clamshell RAZR. Samsung unveiled the X820 ultra-slim candy-bar phone with 2-mega pixel camera that just weighs 66 grams and measures 6.9 milimeters thick. This is slimmer than Motorola's RAZR, which is about half an inch or 14 milimeters thick.

Samsung also unveiled the ultra-slim clamshell D830 which weighs 85 grams and measures 9.9 milimeters thick. It also offers a 2-mega pixel camera.

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The third phone launched by Samsung is the D900, a 3-mega-pixel slider phone weighing 85 grams and 12.9 milimeters thick.

All these phones would be available later this year, Samsung said in a statement.

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