Here is a case of “more of the same”, but it’s just as drool-worthy as when we first started hearing of the onslaught of music phones hitting Korea, because so many of them (almost all) never find their way onto North American shores anyways. Samsung has itself another music phone on the way, and it should come as little surprise that for one, it sports a super slim design, and two, that it takes on the slider form factor.
The tri-band GSM SGH-E900, unveiled at CeBIT 2006, comes with a good sized 2-inch 262K color TFT display, capable of a 240×320 resolution. As a music phone, this handset will take on a variety of formats including MP3, AAC, AAC+, AAC+(e) and WMA, and you can store them on the less than adequate 80MB of on-board memory. Of course, there is expandability in the way of microSD.
Other features include a two-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, a digital power amp, video recording and more. No word on when the 93 gram, 93 x 45 x 16.5mm SGH-E900 will hit streets, nor how much it will cost.