Symbian OS, Samsung’s new Smartphone

NEW YORK, USA (AVING) — <Visual News> Samsung presents two new smartphone models with built-in Symbian OS in Europe market as the first Korean manufacturer. SGH-D730 / SGH-D720 will be available in August from Germany to France, Italy, and Russia and all around the Europe market.

Unlike the conventional PDA type smart phone, this new model features portable cell-phone size and fashionable design. SGH-D730 is slim dual folder, weighing only 97g. SGH-D720 is slide-up style and weighs 110g, which is ultra-light and compact.

Now you can work without PC since this handy smartphone provides you with pretty good functions. Built-in Symbian OS enhances multi-tasking function and you can use other kinds of function such as copying, pasting and making folders. It’s also possible to send email or instant messages.

Another key characteristic is ‘flight mode’ function. So far, you are not allowed to use cell phone while flying. But, now while a telephone call function being switched off, you can use other functions of smart phone in an airplane. So it’s convenient for business men traveling often by airplane.

In addition, MusicMaker helps you to create your own music and use them for alarm or phone ring and you can enjoy a game with another friend with Bluetooth application.

File viewer to read text or PDF files / primary 18MG storage plus 512 MB with portable flash memory / USB 2.0 enabled / 1.3MegaPixel camaera / mp3 player with text viewer / voice recognition function.