Samsung introduced a smartphone WiTu AMOLED in Russia market

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has officially announced the beginning of sales in Russia smartphone market WiTu AMOLED touch screen. This apparatus, as claimed by the manufacturer, was the successful continuation of the touch smartphone Samsung WiT.

New WiTu AMOLED, runs on Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional, differs from its predecessor not only in the presence AMOLED-display, but the new operating system, greater functionality and more interesting design.

Samsung notes that WiTu AMOLED is the world's largest AMOLED-display with a diagonal of 3.7 inches and a resolution of WVGA (480h800), which is also used technology Advanced R (esistive) Touch, making a response to the touch quickly.

In addition, the novelty has 5 megapixel camera with support for recording video in 480p resolution, which subsequently can be edited directly in the apparatus built-in video editor. It is also worth noting the presence of supporting such high-speed data transmission technologies like HSUPA 5.76Mbps, HSDPA 7.2Mbps and Wi-Fi, and GPS navigation.

Samsung WiTu AMOLED appeared in Russia's retail in late November.