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Samsung Ultra Smart F520 Slides Two Ways

Can’t decide if you want a conventional phone or one with a QWERTY keyboard? Get the best of both worlds with the Samsung Ultra Edition Ultra Smart F520. Not to be confused with the slide one-way i520 smartphone, the F520 has something a little extra. The phone can slide up like a conventional phone to reveal a five way navigator and those ten digits you need to dial a call, but if you slide it on the side (like an HTC smartphone), you get a full slate of QWERTYness for ease of text entry.

To sprinkle some extra sugar on top of this already sweet package, the Ultra Smart F520 also comes with a 3.3-inch touchscreen display. Naturally, the web browsing on this device is pretty good too, considering that it rocks HSDPA high-speed connectivity. Rounding out the spec sheet is a microSD expansion slot, a 3 megapixel camera, and full HTML browsing. Availability is scheduled for Q3 2007.

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