Samsung SCH-B900: a new CDMA phone with touch controls, GPS navigation and TV receiver

Monday, September 21, 2009

South Korean company Samsung Electronics announced on its home market a new mobile phone model SCH-B900, designed for use in CDMA networks, the local operator SKT, and having in his possession 3-inch touch screen display, brand management interface (TouchWiz 1.0 UX) with a system of widgets support GPS navigation and a built-in digital TV receiver, receiving signals in the standard DMB.

The presence of support for GPS navigation in a slim and stylish monoblock SCH-B900 resulted in the appearance of a support geotagging of photos, created by integrated 3 megapixel camera.

Other features of the new items as follows:

  • Support communications standards: CMDA EV-DO
  • Dimensions: 107,5 h52h11, 9 mm
  • Weight: 93.5 oz.
  • Display: 3-inch touchscreen, TFT, resolution of 240х400 pixels, displaying more than 262 thousand colors
  • Camera: 3 MP, CMOS (CMOS)
  • Supporting microSD memory cards up to 16 GB
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Integrated receiver digital terrestrial DMB TV
  • Embedded games
  • Support for GPS navigation
  • Voice control
  • Battery: Li-Ion, 960 mAh
  • Other applications: electronic dictionary, Planner, Converters, Notes, Calculator, Alarm Clock, World Clock, Stopwatch, subway maps.