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CTIA 2010. Samsung

At this CTIA, just as it is on every other show in the last couple of years, Samsung ruled with the largest booth and the largest number of displayed phones and accessories. The elephant in the room was obviously the incredible Galaxy S - a good third of the booth was occupied by Galaxy S – company had a few dozen of the phones on display giving an ample opportunity to everybody to play with it. The phone is amazing and probably is the most serious gadget an geek can dream off for the next few months. Awesome SuperAMOLED display, Android 2,1, TouchWiz, memory, RAM, processor – everything is top of the line in this phone. Take a look at the pictures. We certainly will be trying to get our hands on one ASAP and report to you.

Additionally, a full line up of the US market phones was displayed as well as a couple of Samsung Wave handsets. According to Samsung, not only Wave will not be coming to North American market, but at this point there are no plans to bring Bada platform here. This is strange, considering that the whole concept of Bada is to allow easier cross platform application development and here we have one of the largest markets for the company just taken off the table.

On the accessory front the company announced a mono/stereo Bluetooth headset Modus HM3500 available in black or white and showed what a major force it has become in Bluetooth and portable audio, headsets in particular. Among dozens of displayed items a few not yet announced gems were found: HM 3100 – a Bluetooth headset with a tiny cradle; HF1000 sun visor Bluetooth car kit and WEP570 – a Bluetooth headset cradled in cigarette lighter charger with an additional USB connector. Despite the company’s claim to be the first to the market with such product. Even leaving aside a similar product shown by LG at CTIA, some of you may remember that this combination was released by Parrot three – four years ago under the name of Driver Headset and failed miserably. Hopefully, the market has changed since.

Michael Savuskan (msav@mobile-review.com)

Published — 28 March 2010

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