We were right about the Samsung S9110 – it is a high-end (and rather expensive) device. However, the S9110 is not a regular phone/smartphone.
Instead, it’s a touchscreen watchphone, somewhat similar to the LG GD910.
Measuring only 11.98 mm in thickness, the Samsung S9110 seems to be the world’s thinnest watchphone.
Its known features include: a 1.76-inch scratch-resistant touchscreen display, e-mail, voice recognition, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, and music player.
The watchphone’s body is made out of stainless steel, while its wrist belt is made out of leather.
Samsung S9110 will be first released in France – apparently starting this month. Its retail price is of around €450 ($640)
Via Samsung Hub
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