Friday, July 27, 2007

Samsung brings another... the P260

Samsung has announced several new phones this week including the P260, called the replacement for the early P200. It is my understanding that this device is based on the highly optimized NXP 5210 platform. This is the platform in T-Mobile T409 device.

It looks like Samsung/NXP have a hit with this platform combo and they will be extending it into as many devices as possible.

Other specs for Samsung P260 slider include:

  • 262K color 240×320 pixel display
  • 2 megapixel camera
  • 25MB internal and microSD memory card
  • MP3/MPEG4 media player with flight mode
  • Stereo Bluetooth and USB connectivity
  • 960 mAh Lion batter with 3h talk and 220 h stand-by
  • Dimensions: 101×50x17 mm
  • Weight: 119g

Look for this device in Europe initially. There are rumors of a US version of this slider phone coming to T-Mobile as well.

2 comments:

Josh H. said...

That's interesting because I just got my Nokia 6086 on Saturday August 4th and ever since I've had the question regarding data packets over Wi-Fi. I know that the phone is connected over my Wlan but I had no idea if the "G" on the phone was using my internet or T-Mobile's network.

Shawn said...

That looks just like the T739 T-mobileSignal has
http://www.t-mobilesignal.com/forum/f8/t-mobiles-upcoming-samsung-sgh-t739-1175.html