Three more music phones
from Samsung will be available from now on in Europe. Samsung SGH-i450, SGH-F330 and SGH-F210 will all be in stores until the end of the
year in several countries from this continent.
Samsung SGH-i450 is the two-way slider that runs the Symbian S60 operating system. The phone has some special easy access buttons that slide up in a similar way to that of the Nokia N95 handset. It supports the most commonly used music files and also has a microSD card slot, for storing a great amount of personal data and songs. It also has a Bang & Olufsen
developed ICEpower amplifier that should bring great good sound quality.
Samsung F330 has impressed right from the first images that sprang out. This slim, 13.5 mm thin slider is HSDPA 3G enabled, which means that it can provide data transfer speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps. It also packs a 2 megapixel camera and a microSD slot.
The Samsung F210 is another handset that looks almost like an MP3 player coming from this producer. This device has 1GB internal memory and a microSD slot for expanding it up to 2GB. It also comes with a 2 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom and autofocus, although this will impress few people with its capture quality. It renders music at a great quality and that's most important about a music phone.Samsung
i450 will be available in Italy starting with the end of October for a price of around 360 euros without subsidy. The F330 has been launched in Germany in early October for 260 euros without subsidy. Samsung F210 has been available in Germany since the middle of October for a price of around 280 euros. All these handsets will be soon released on other markets as well, looking to reach a big release.