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Samsung releases 2nd-gen credit card phone: SGH-P310

It’s a little thicker than your American Express at 8.5mm, but the SGH-P310 Card Phone II from Samsung is one incredibly small phone. Credit card-sized, in fact.

This is the follow-up to the previous Card Phone (SGH-P300), with Samsung tacking on a more contemporary black exterior to go with an amazing host of features, including a 2 megapixel cam, music and video player, Bluetooth, a touch sensor soft key, 80MB internal memory, and an expansion slot.

No word on price, but the SGH-P310 is expected to hit European markets later this month with Southeast Asia following close behind next month. Naturally, there are currently no plans for us poor North Americans.

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