Samsung X820 cellphone – slim…slimmer…slimmest!
Samsung is clearly focused on making your cellphone paper thin. First it has claimed to beat Motorola RAZR at the “thin” game with “worlds thinnest” 9.8 mm thick Samsung T509. Then came even thinner 8.9 mm thick Samsung SCH V870 “Platinum Card Phone”. Now Samsung has even more thin cellphone – “the worlds slimmest” Samsung X820.
Unveiled at Sviaz ExpoComm 2006 in Moscow, Samsung X820 is a “candybar” shaped cellphone that is only 6.9mm thick and weights just 66 grams. Despite it’s slim shape, Samsung managed to put all the standard high end cellphone goodies into it. It is a GSM/GPRS/Edge phone with 2 megapixel camera, 1.9″ 262K Color Screen.
Samsung X820 also got a digital power amplifier, speakerphone, mp3 and video player able to play most common media file formats and operate in offline mode. Another interesting feature is a Tv-out port that lets you connect this mobile phone to external projector or monitor (TV) to view pictures or make business presentations using built in document viewer.
For such a slim shape, Samsung X820 also has quite acceptable 80MB of internal memory, which while nothing to brag about will be able to store quite a few documents and pictures and a few mp3 files to boot.