Samsung go 3D
Last month Samsung announced they were developing a phone that was capable of receiving satelite television stations. They also announced a package of 40 channels that would be avaliable with the phone. The package and phone – called the Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) phone – will be released in the third quarter of the year.
Today Samsung released details on a second new phone that is set to challenge the Nokia N-Gage in the mobile phone gaming market. The phone will be able to produce 3D graphics and will come bundled with three games (two of which are ZioGolf and Metalion). Other features such as MP3 playback will also be included. The phone’s current model name is SCH-V450 although it is doubtful that it will retain that name by the time it reaches the market.
Below is the SCH-V450