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Samsung i200 Windows Mobile Smartphone

Samsung bring Windows Mobile to those who have an aversion to qwerty and a love of slim.

| Phones in Mobile Devices | Posted: May 19, 2009 5:17 am
TweakTown Rating: 80%      Manufacturer: Samsung

My First Smartphone


Today we have an interesting mix of smartphone meets slimphone, brought to us by those stylish engineers at Samsung.


Samsung i200 Windows Mobile Smartphone


This is an interesting mashup we have here today, with part of the phone wanting to be a candybar style, regular numeric keypad phone and the software side nestling firmly in the bosom of the big M$. A windows mobile phone with an aversion to qwerty; interesting!


Samsung i200 Windows Mobile Smartphone


It's clear that the phone is not trying to be an all singing and dancing smartphone. For one, it lacks a touch screen and the one it has will not be useful for the touch screen applications of WinMo.


Samsung i200 Windows Mobile Smartphone


Let's have a look at what the phone is rocking under its sleek exterior:


Network & Data: GPRS, EDGE, 3G


Bands: 900/1800/1900


Operation System: Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 SP


Browser: Pocket Internet Explorer


Weight: 101.4g


Dimension: 116.7 x 50.8 x 11.8mm


Screen Size: 2.3"


Talk Time (Standard): up to 7 hrs


Standby (Standard): up to 300 hrs


Camera Resolution: 2.0 Megapixel


Digital / Optical Zoom: Digital Zoom (2x)


Document Viewer: PPT, Word, Excel, Text, PDF


Mobile Printing: Mobile printing (BPP / Pictbridge)


Email: Email (POP3 / SMTP / IMAP4)


Samsung i200 Windows Mobile Smartphone


While this is only a sampling of some of the interesting features, we can see there is nothing out of the ordinary going on here; a standard mix of style phone and WinMo features.


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