Popular Samsung Articles for 2002
No release dates on this device yet, but Samsung has decided to produce a PDA / Cell phone combo that runs on a Microsoft OS instead of their usual Palm[...]
Samsung has been showing off their NEXiO line of PDA's, most recently at a show outside of Paris yesterday. They feature Windows CE and an amazing 800 x 480 VGA[...]
Samsung has finally made the i330 smartphone available for purchase. This Palm OS smartphone can connect to high-speed CDMA 1XRTT wireless networks.
The i330 from Samsung is the follow-up PDA to the popular i300 model. The i330 features a more stylish form factor and a few upgrades, the most important being a[...]
Microsoft continues to explore ways to offer lower-priced Pocket PCs, this time partnering with Samsung in announcing its low-cost Pocket PC concept design.
In cooperation with Microsoft, Samsung today released details on a concept Pocket PC that attacks Palm OS PDA s at their roots, the low-cost entry-level PDA. For the first time[...]
Samsung has officially announced an updated version of its Palm powered CDMA smartphone.
In an effort to cover all possible bases in the integrated device market, it looks as if Samsung will be busy later this year. Here comes the i-700...
Building on the momentum from its popular I300, Samsung is rumored to be releasing a sexier unit with a brighter screen this summer. Details are thin, but PDAFrance and Palm[...]
Toshiba recalls some e740 models; iambic releases Agendus for Windows; Samsung to use Symbian OS in some future handsets
Word is Samsung is showing off their new Smarthphone at CommunicAsia2002 in Singapore this week. They've also been promoting the M330, the replacement to the I300 that was due out[...]
NOVASIB had released SilkyBoard II Virtual Edition, which is designed to meet the needs of Samsung i-300 and Handera 330 owners. Based on the original Silkyboard, which remapped the graffiti[...]
As the flurry of news surrounding Samsung and their new PDA/phones continues, the FCC has given Samsung approval to sell the i-330 in the US.
South Korea's Samsung Electronics plans to put on sale in the U.S. a new version of its Palm-OS based PDA cell-phone handset in April.