South Korea’s Samsung Electronics, the world’s third-largest cell phone producer, revealed on Monday that it has developed the world’s slimmest mobile phone- SGH-X820. The phone will be on display at ‘Sviaz ExpoComm 2006″ to be held in Russia from May 10 to May 13. Competing with its rival- Motorola’s successful Razr models, Samsung has come up with super-slim-but-strong phones equipped with rich features that will create a new trend in the global market. The Samsung ‘ultra-slim phone’ has set a record in the mobile handset history by breaking the wall of seven-millimeter thickness for the first time in the world.
SGH-X820 Model, weighs 66 grams, sports a two-megapixel built-in camera with video recording, an MP3 player. File viewer, Bluetooth connectivity, and TV out for viewing your pictures and videos on the big screen. The SGH-X280 has 80MB onboard memory for loading up your favorite songs.
The new mobile handsets are scheduled to hit the shelves in Europe this month and in China in June, but pricing details have yet to be disclosed, according to Samsung officials.