Samsung 2003 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Samsung Articles for 2003

Brighthand Reviews the Samsung i500

Combining a cell phone and a PDA into a modern-day uber device is no simple task. The result is often either a clunky, oversized phone or a svelte handheld with[...]

Samsung i600 Windows-Powered Smart Phone Debuts on Verizon

Verizon Wireless will soon begin offering the Samsung SCH-i600, making it the second handset running Microsoft's Smartphone 2002 operating system to be released in the U.S.

Samsung SGH-i500 – The First Palm OS 5.2 Phone (pictures)

CeBit 2003 - Samsung has made the SGH-i500 official. Don't get confused though, this is not the same thing as the SPH-i500 that has been the subject of much debate[...]

A Sneak Peek at the Samsung i505 Smart Phone

Additional details are now available on the Samsung SGH-i505, an upcoming smart phone that runs the Palm OS. This device is expected to be available in Europe some time early[...]

Sprint Releasing Two Pocket PC Phone Edition Devices

Sprint will release the Hitachi G1000 and Samsung SPH-i700 before the end of June.

Samsung Showing Off i505 Palm OS Smart Phone

At a conference in Switzerland, Samsung is demonstrating the SGH-i505, an upcoming smart phone that runs Palm OS 5.2.

Live From CES – Samsung i700 & i500 Preview

Andrew and I spent almost an hour with these devices today and left the Samsung booth rather frustrated. The quality is not great for either device and there are some[...]

Samsung i500 Smart Phone Significantly Delayed

According to a company spokesperson, the Samsung SGH-i500 Palm OS smart phone won't be available this year.

Samsung Announces GPRS Version of i700

Samsung has taken the wraps off its latest data-centric wireless handheld, which runs the Pocket PC Phone Edition.

The Status of Samsung – The i500, i700 and Related Tidbits

Samsung is trying to push the limits with their integrated PDA/Phone units. They have the Palm-based i500 due out in March and the Pocket PC based i700 coming out later[...]

Hands-On With The Hitachi G1000 and News on the Delay of Samsung s i700

For a brief while this afternoon, I had the pleasure of using the Hitachi G1000 and discussed the future of the Samsung i700 with a well placed Sprint employee. Bad[...]

Samsung M400 Pocket PC Phone With Integrated Television on Display

I'd love to watch TV on my PDA, especially during those critical first days of the NCAA basketball tournament. Samsung has a PDA that's happy to oblige, and more, but[...]

Samsung SPH-i500 Announced

Samsung has finally announced it's long awaited SPH-i500 smartphone, meaning it will be available to the public very soon.

Samsung SPH-i500 Released on Sprint PCS – Sort Of…

The Samsung SPH-i500 is now showing up on the Sprint PCS web site. It's status is "temporarily sold out" which means it's coming soon, they just have very little or[...]

Verizon to Launch Samsung SPH-i600 – PDA Phone Combo

We first heard of the Samsung SCH-i600 nearly a year ago, yes it's been that long! Well, finally it's going to see the light of day, on the Verizon network.

CTIA 2003 – Sprint PCS to Support Hitachi and Samsung Pocket PC Phones

Sprint has confirmed plans to carry both the Samsung i700 and the Hitachi G1000 Pocket PC Phone Edition PDAs. Both units will be made available during the second quarter of[...]

New Samsung Palm OS Smartphone Announced

Samsung America has officially announced the i500, which uses a clamshell design. Despite this announcement, this device is not yet available.

Brighthand Reviews the Samsung i330

Brighthand's Ed Hardy recently took Samsung's i330 smart phone with him on vacation. Combining the features of a phone and a PDA, the i330 let Ed get email and browse[...]

Thinking of Picking Up a Microsoft Smartphone? Think Again.

Microsoft's smartphone platform has just recently come to fruition in the US with the release of Motorola's MPx200 and Samsung's i600. Walt Mossberg has tested both and doesn't like the[...]

Samsung Does Palm OS and Pocket PC

Brighthand's Ed Hardy brings us pictures and commentary on Samsungs' recently announced handhelds from the CES showroom floor