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The Samsung Mini Skirt was released recently to an eagerly awaiting public. Well, at least in Korea. The Samsung SCH C220 (a.k.a. SPH C2200, SPH C2250) easily remembered as the Samsung Mini Skirt is slider with a deliberately “feminine” design.
Quick specs include 2.2-inch display, 2 Megapixel camera, MicroSD card slot, media player for your music and movies and photos, dictionary, Bluetooth and GPS. 3 hours talk time and 120 hours standby.
You know that sexy black slider from Samsung? The one with 7.2Mbps HSDPA, EDGE, 2.78-inch touchscreen, microSD memory slot, 5 megapixel cam and Bluetooth. You know, the Samsung SGH F700 UltraSmart.
Well, it’s been snatched out of its 3GSM glass and fondled something tremendous. The team from PhoneArena had the honors of smudging their grubby hands over what is looking to be Samsung’s most anticipated handset thus far in 2007.
T-Mobile and Samsung rolled out another yet another mild-mannered handset. Available in Red and Chocolate, the Samsung T219 has a 64k TFT LCD interior display features T-Mobile MyFaves and easily handles SMS, MMS texting and instant messaging.
If you’re grabbing this handset for one of your rugrats be sure to pony up the $19 for the T-Mobile KidConnect just to be on the safe side before the bill hits. The T-Mobile Samsung T219 is available for $20 after $100 instant discount.
Last week was a blast! Not as fun as a coke-fueled tour of Thailand but still awesome. 3GSM brought out plenty of handsets to wow us and the release dates can’t come soon enough.
After a hectic day, we glanced back and realized there were a few hot handsets that we missed. Don’t go expecting a surprise comprehensive recap. For that, read TechDigest’s great 3GSM coverage and 3GSM 2007 In-Depth at PhoneScoop. The title pretty much lays it out for this one, the Samsung SGH F520.
We previously reported the Samsung Stripe that is heading to T-mobile. Samsung no doubt serves Verizon Wireless with an all together different affair. Something akin to comparing a bagged two for $4.00 mixed green salad from the local supermarket to something more palatable, like a salad with carrots, snap peas, purselane, shaved zucchini and “Asian aromatics”.
You will most definitely recall the Samsung U740 we recently posted about and its’ dual flip glory. Impressive to say the least. This inspiring little QWERTY has been taking its TrimSpa along with the Samsung Ultra’s and might be the first glimpse of good things to come from Samsung for 2007.