Sunday, May 04, 2008

Samsung SCH-M470: First HSUPA Handset from Samsung

Mobile phone manufacturer Samsung has recently launched its first HSUPA handset, Samsung SCH-M470. HSUPA stands for High-Speed Uplink Packet Access, a 3G mobile telephony protocol that lets its user upload huge files though wireless network. The main advantage of Samsung SCH-M470 is perhaps its high speed data transfer. In terms of data uploading speed, HSUPA supported Samsung SCH-M470 is five times faster than the speed of WCDMA mobile set.

There are few more features, the 3G mobile phone is offering. Samsung SCH-M470 handset come with a 2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi and push email. A slide out numeric key pad is also preloaded in the mobile set. As I earlier said that this a high tech mobile set and offers a number of high technologies, it is natural that it will you a big amount to have one by your own. Samsung SCH-M470 costs 600,000 and 700,000 KRW that means US$650. However, it is not yet sure if Samsung launches this handset in other countries later, as it is initially be available in South Korean market.

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