Samsung Electronics has launched its latest touch screen mobile handset, the Samsung Jet. Mr Sunil Dutt, Country Head, Samsung Mobile Division, said the Jet is the eighth in its series of high-end touch phones and is priced at Rs 24,150.
It supports the smart phone features such as multi task manager, Microsoft exchange and a user interface which helps push e-mail for business users. It offers 800 MHz application processor for faster processing of commands. It also has a 3 D media gate which offers easy access to photo album, music player, video player, FM radio, games and Internet.
It runs a proprietary OS instead of Windows Mobile, like the Samsung Omnia 2. Still, with its 800 MHz processor and advanced capabilities. The Samsung Jet is a bit smaller than the Samsung Omnia 2 and uses the same AMOLED technology, but the screen comes in more than a half inch smaller, at a still-respectable 3.1-inches.
The Samsung Jet uses an updated version of the Samsung TouchWIZ interface. Samsung Jet gets the new Samsung cube menu, a six-sided multimedia interface where each side is a shortcut. if you want to access the music side of the cube, you can either move the 3D model with your finger, or you can set the phone to recognize gestures. Flick the phone in the right direction and the cube will move, revealing the shortcut you need.
Samsung is putting that power behind the multimedia features on the Samsung Jet. The phone will be able to play DivX videos and a range of codecs, like the Samsung Omnia, but Samsung claims the phone will have no trouble adapting and resizing videos to the WVGA, 800 by 480 pixel screen. To store all those videos, along with music and photos, the Jet will come in 3 storage configurations, ranging from 2GB up to 16GB of internal memory. All models will expandable with a microSD card slot capable of holding a 16GB card, for up to 32GB total capacity.
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