Samsung leak week continues.
The tipster sent us a press/promotion pic and what he claims is a full list of T-Mobile Memoir specs & features. The spec list looks legit, but it is totally unconfirmed and contains some contradictory data so take it with a grain of salt.
Here we go:
And here’s T-Mobile Samsung Memoir T929 spec and feature list:
- Advanced Responsive Touch Screen
- Quick Access Customizable Widgets
- Real Web Browsing (web2goSM)
- Supports POP3 Emails
- Full QWERTY Touchpad
- 8.0 Megapixel Digital Camera
- Multiple Messaging Options (Text Messaging, Picture Messaging, Video Messaging, Email, IM)
- Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
- Organizer: Alarm, Calculator, Calendar, Converter, Memo, Task List, Timer, Stop Watch, RSS Reader
- Advanced Speech Recognition
- Voice Memo
- 72-Note Polyphonic Ringtones
- Volume Up/Down Keys
- Vibrate Mode
- Phonebook holds up to 1,000 entries
- TTY (M3) capable
- Graphic Format Support (BMP, PNG, BCI, JPEG,GIF, PMD)
- Audio Format Support (MP3, AAC/AAC+, MPEG4, WAV, MIDI)
- Video Format Support (MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV)
- MegaTones and HiFi Ringers
- myFaves® Capable
- EDGE High-speed Data
- USB Interface
- Music Player (MP3)
- GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900; UMTS Band IV, Band I
- Dimensions: 4.17” x 2.11” x 0.55 ” (standard battery)
- Weight: 4.4 ounces (standard battery)
- Display: 240 x 400 Pixels, 262K TFT (Touch-Sensitive 1.61” x 2.64” LCD Display)
- Operating System: Proprietary
- Talk Time: Up to 5.5 hours (standard battery)
- Standby Time: Up to 300 hours (standard battery)
- Hearing Aid Compatibility = M3
As I said above, T-Mobile Samsung Memoir spec list looks pretty complete and legit. The problem is that while tech specs say that the phone supports 3G/UMTS Bands IV and I, the data feature list describes only GPRS/EDGE data capabilities. Such a potentially prominent feature as HSDPA data connectivity is not mentioned at all. As there is no mention of GPS too.
GPS absence can be explained easily enough – Samsung Pixon, which looks like a European version of this phone also did not advertise it’s GPS prowess.
The lack of HSDPA – well, that’s either the omission in this spec sheet, or Samsung Memoir on T-Mobile will come with high speed data function turned off. Given the newness of T-Mobile’s 3G network and that none of the leaked info emphasizes high speed data features on such a high end phone, that’s not implausible too.
Anyway, we should know all the details in a few weeks. Stay tuned.
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