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Samsung Introduces SCH-B250 Satellite DMB Phone
Contributed by: SHA, at 8/28/2005 02:32:00 PM.

Samsung Electronics announced the launch of its fourth satellite DMB phone, the SCH-B250, completing a series initiated by the previous release of the B100, B130 and B200 models.
Samsung's new B250 brings a more compact design and improved features while maintaining the basic product concept of previous DMB phones, which supports horizontal viewing. The B250 is also the smallest Samsung DMB handset to date and is compatible with CDMA2000 EV-DO networks (800MHz).
The B250 is a folder type with pivotal LCD screen which rotates 90 degrees into landscape mode. The B250 follows the same basic design as the popular SCH-V500 camera phone that went on the market in August of last year.


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