Samsung Anycall Haptic SCH-W420, SPH-W4200

Samsung Anycall Haptic

Display Size: 3.2″ Touch
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (landscape)
Pixel Format: 240 x 432
Color: 262K
Camera: 2MP (Video: MPEG4, 3GP)
Internal Memory: 130MB
Network: GSM 900, 1800, 1900, 3G (HSDPA)
Connection: Bluetooth 2.0, T-DMB
Haptic: 22 types of vibrations
Other: USB, GPS
Dimension: 116 x 55 x 12mm (Length x Width x Depth)
Battery: Lithium Ion (5.5 hour talk time, 350 hour standby)
Availability: South Korea
Price: $750

Samsung Anycall Haptic SCH-W420 SPH-W4200

Samsung’s Anycall Haptic smartphones have an innovation user interface (UI) that engages vision, hearing and touch. In addition the Haptic phone has drag & drop functionality to customize your mobile phone desktop. I’m sure the 22 vibrations that give feedback to touch input will be pretty interesting. The 3.2″ 16:9 TFT LCD has a pixel format of 240 x 432, which is considerably less than the iPhone‘s 3.5″ 320 x 480. But some times it really isn’t about the total number of pixels but what you can do with them. The iPhone has drag & drop to rearrange the icons but the Samsung Haptic pushes the envelope with drag & drop. Here’s the commercial for the Samsung Haptic that shows some of that drag & drop coolness:

Source: AVING, Mobinice

[tags]Samsung, Anycall Haptic, SCH-W420, SPH-W4200, Mobile Phone, Touch, Smartphone, 3.2″, 16:9, 240 x 432[/tags]

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