Samsung i200

The recently announced i200, the latest feather in the cap for Samsung Electronics Co., is a slim and compact smartphone. Its bar-type design and multitude of features make it a great choice for any business professional looking to sport a sleek and stylish mobile phone.

This model supports Windows Mobile 6.1, and comes with a variety of features which are great for business. You can even use the Microsoft Office suite of programs, including Word, Powerpoint, Excel and Outlook. The easy-to-use user interface is fantastic, allowing for easy navigation through all of the features in this model. On of the greatest feature is the efficiency of the email features, allowing for HTML format e-mail, fast writing/editing, and even a unified e-mail and SMS/MMS management system. You are instantly notified whenever you’ve got mail!
The i200 has a slim bar-type form, and measures only 11.8 mm thick. This lends to its stylish elegance, a feature rarely found in any smartphones out on the market. The large 2.3” QVGA TFT screen with glossy coating allows you to enjoy multimedia content and view all of you important business information as well.

Moreover, the i200 uses HSDPA 3.6 Mbps data communications, providing you with great data transfer rates. The built-in light sensor will automatically adjust the brightness of the LCD panel and keypad, helping to maximize your battery life. Additionally, the 2-megapixel camera will help you capture all those special moments, and the music player will help to enhance your entertainment experience.

It was the goal of Geesung Choi, President of Samsung’s Telecom Business, to offer more diverse smartphones for business professionals, helping compliment the company’s recently declared goal, ‘a mobile for every lifestyle’.

“The Samsung i200 has the young, stylish and energetic look, making it perfect for urban business professionals,” Choi said.

You can expect to find the Samsung i200 available in the European market in June, and it will enter other markets within a month.

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