Friday, April 07, 2006

Samsung Plans to Ship World's Slimmest Cell Phones

The Samsung SGH-T509 will compete with the Motorola RAZR and SLVR

The third largest cell phone maker in the world, Samsung, hopes to make a big splash in the US with one of its newest phones. The company has unveiled the t509 which will be the thinnest cell phone on the market in the U.S. The Samsung T509 will be released in May, designed specifically for the T-Mobile wireless service. Some of the features of the T509 will include the following: a color display to watch videos, integrated Bluetooth wireless technology, instant messaging and an external battery slot. The slim phone is 9.8 millimeters thick, compared to the 11.5-millimeter thick Motorola SLVR. According to Reuters:

Samsung will unveil the new phone and other models at the annual CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas this week in a bid to boost its market share in the United States, where it competes with Nokia and LG Electronics for second place, according to the Gartner research group.

The popular Motorola RAZR cell phone shows that there is a high demand for ultra-thin cell phones in the United States. MobileMedia has a few more specifications for the device.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

yo kisiera saber kual es el gustod de tener un celular finito..?, ke se te rompa mas facil?