Samsung has announced a new Windows Mobile 6 Pro based smartphone – Samsung SPH4650 Multi-Touch in Korea.
While it does not support real “iphonish” multi-touch gestures, Samsung SPH-4650 phone has a new finger-based touch interface on top of the usual WM6 OS.
SPH-4650 Multi-Touch also has built-in haptics touch feedback – the phone provides vibration feedback when an object on the screen is clicked. Which should be real helpful, since there’s no numeric keypad on Samsung SPH-4650 Multi-Touch and all number dialing and text entry has to be done on-screen.
In addition to a the new WM6 touch interface, Samsung SPH4650 comes equipped with a really fast Marvel 624MHz PXA300 CPU, 2.8″ display, T-DMB receiver and should cost 500 000 Won (550 US$).
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