iPhone Game launched by Ojom GmbH

First iPhone Game launched by Ojom GmbH, The mobile puzzler, Maya. This game is specifically designed for the iPhone.

Ojom GmbH, a leading creator and global publisher of mobile games, announced the release of its first game specifically designed for the iPhone; adapted to drag, drop and twist just like the device. The highly successful mobile puzzler, Maya, has been adapted for the iPhone, and its Deluxe version was released in conjunction with the iPhones Euro Launch via Jamster and Jamba, where it is currently exclusively available. Maya can be played through the integrated Safari browser and is absolutely free to iPhone users.

Just like the iPhone, Maya twists and flips as you make your way through the jungle via a series of mind challenging logic games. In the game you must solve a series of puzzles in your quest to find the Maya Temple hidden deep in the jungle. The story goes that, inside the temple, you will find a number of 'golden artefacts' that hold the key to an unsolved mystery. Collect the golden artefacts by solving the puzzles and unlock the secret of the Temple of Mysteries. You will be flipping and twisting the triangles with ease on the iPhone's touch screen and will be trying to master this game at every possible opportunity.

Thomas Brockhage, General Manager of Ojom GmbH, said: "This is a great opportunity for Ojom to show that we can adapt and innovate to suit new technologies. Maya was one of our most popular games and is perfect for the iPhone's touch sensitive screen. We are proud to release our first game specifically adapted for the iPhone."

Ojom GmbH is a leading publisher of mobile entertainment products and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jamba. Ojom offers an exceptionally diverse portfolio of premium, innovative, branded content to mobile operators, virtual retailers, and handset manufacturers worldwide. Ojoms publishing and development services enable service providers to generate revenue while providing an entertaining consumer experience. Ojom has published titles in more than 50 countries, through major mobile operators and leading consumer content portals, as well as directly to top handset manufacturers.

Maya Deluxe is part of a series of puzzle style games from Ojom and is now available to play online with the iPhone only at www.jamba.de and
www.jamster.co.uk. www.ojom.com.

iPhone 4GB-8GB on Sale in Apple Retail Stores

iPhone's available in a 4GB model and an 8GB model. Customers can check iPhone availability at their local Apple retail store at http://www.apple.com/retail/iphone/.

Apple’s revolutionary iPhone go on sale Friday, November 9th at 6.02 pm at Apple, O2 and Carphone Warehouse retail and online stores. iPhones is available at more than 1,300 Apple, O2 and Carphone Warehouse retail locations across the UK, giving customers their first chance to get their hands on this revolutionary new product. iPhone combines three devices into one — a mobile phone, a widescreen iPod and a breakthrough Internet device — all based on Apple’s revolutionary multi-touch interface and pioneering software that allows users to control iPhone with just a tap, flick or pinch of their fingers.

The retail stores hosted more than 100 million visitors and produced about $4.2 billion in revenue in Apple's fiscal year that ended in September, up nearly 24% from $3.4 billion the previous year — in line with the Cupertino-based company's overall sales growth.

iPhone activation will require an Internet connection; an iTunes Store account or a major credit card; the latest version of iTunes available at www.apple.com/uk/itunes/download and a PC or Mac with a USB 2.0 port and one of the following operating systems: Mac OS X v10.4.10 or later; Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 2 or later; or Windows Vista Home Premium, Business, Enterprise or Ultimate Edition.

The iPhone will be sold exclusively in the United Kingdom through Apple, O2 and Carphone Warehouse's retail and online stores for £269 (inc VAT) with 8GB of storage and will work with either a PC or Mac. All Apple, O2 and Carphone Warehouse retail locations will allow customers to purchase up to two iPhones per person on a first come, first served basis. iPhone requires a new 18-month contract with O2.

Nokia N82 Multimedia Computer Phone

Nokia N82, a new phone with features rivaling the Nokia N95 but in a more pocket-friendly size. Sporting a Cybershot-esque candybar design, this 3G handset sports a 5 megapixel camera, 320 x 240 TFT screen, built in Wi-Fi and A2DP Bluetooth.

"The evolution of camera capabilities in mobile devices has been extremely fast over the past years. With the Nokia N82 we have reached such a superior level in image quality, speed and ease of use that not only does it outperform any other cameraphone on the market, but it's also a very credible alternative for single purpose digital still cameras," says Satu Ehrnrooth, head of Nokia Nseries Cameras Category, Multimedia, Nokia.

N82 comes with HSDPA browsing capability, wireless 802.11g compatibility, 2GB bundled memory expansion (100 MB internal memory) and a 5MP Carl Zeiss optical lens. With a 5 megapixel camera, powerful Xenon flash and Carl Zeiss optics, the Nokia N82 delivers remarkably vivid photographs, even in low-light conditions.

Nokia N82 Specifications
+ 5 megapixel Carl Zeiss Tessar Optics
+ On-device photo editing
+ 20x digital zoom
+ Xenon flash
+ MicroSD memory card slot
+ 2GB microSD card standard in sales package
+ Size: 112x50.2x17.3 mm
+ 100MB internal memory
+ Weight: 114 g
+ Quad band (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)

Nokia N82 is also a quad-band GSM/GPRS/Edge device and can make HSDPA 3G connections for data and video calls. There’s 802.11b/g Wi-Fi connectivity on-board, and downloaded content can be stored on the bundled 2GB Micro SD card. Additional connectivity options include USB 2.0 and Bluetooth, with A2DP for streaming audio to wireless headphones.

With high speed Wi-Fi connectivity and one-click upload to online communities, the Nokia N82 makes sharing your experiences and discoveries easy. When viewing a picture or video, simply one press of a button starts uploading it while you carry on using the device for other purposes. Or you can impress your friends with multimedia slideshows - complete with music and effects - on the high resolution display or on a compatible TV.

The N82 is available now in what Nokia calls “key markets”, which hopefully includes the UK. It’s priced at €450 (£320/$640).

BlackBerry Pearl 8130 CDMA

BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8130, the first BlackBerry Pearl smartphone to run on CDMA networks. BlackBerry Pearl 8130 smartphone features powerful communications, rich multimedia, built-in GPS and support for high-speed EV-DO networks. BlackBerry Pearl 8130 comes with a 2 megapixel camera with 5x digital zoom and enhanced flash. The new camera also supports video capture in two resolutions: 240x180 or 176x144 for sharing via MMS.

BlackBerry Pearl 8130 includes all of the features that have made BlackBerry® smartphones popular among mobile users, including unrivaled email and messaging (SMS, IM, MMS*), web browsing, organizer and more. The new smartphone also expands on its communications and multimedia features and presents the entire offering with a striking new software interface.

BlackBerry Pearl 8130 features
The BlackBerry Pearl 8130 offers the full smartphone experience - including phone, email, Web browser, text (SMS) messaging, instant messaging and organizer applications. Available from Alltel in an attractive amethyst color, the BlackBerry Pearl 8130 also features:
+ Advanced media player, 3.5mm jack, Bluetooth stereo support and dedicated volume controls
+ 64 MB of built-in memory and expandable microSD/SDHC memory slot
+ Speaker Independent Voice Recognition for Voice Activated Dialing
+ Built-in GPS and mapping applications
+ 2 MP camera with flash, zoom and video capture
+ Enhanced SureType keyboard technology with new word completion capability and built-in spell-checker
+ Multi-directional trackball for easy navigation.

BlackBerry Pearl 8130 features a sleek, compact design measuring just 4.2” x 1.97” x .55” and weighing only 3.38 oz. It provides an intuitive user experience through its trackball navigation system and RIM's popular SureType™ keyboard system. SureType -- which allows a narrower handset design while maintaining easy phone dialing and message typing -- has been enhanced to allow word completion, easier editing of misspelled words and a built-in spell checker. BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8130 smartphone is designed to help you do everything you want with your life. It comes complete with advanced phone features, multimedia, digital camera, video recording, built-in GPS* and expandable memory. And it offers the full BlackBerry experience — email, browser, text messaging (SMS and MMS), instant messaging, organizer applications and more. Small, smart and stylish.

BlackBerry Pearl 8130 is supported on BlackBerry® Internet Service, giving users access to up to 10 supported business or personal email accounts (including most popular ISP email accounts), as well as BlackBerry® Enterprise Server, enabling advanced security and IT administration within IBM® Lotus® Domino®, Microsoft® Exchange and Novell® GroupWise® environments.

The BlackBerry Pearl 8130 will be available in two colors – silver and amethyst – from CDMA carriers in North America beginning in November 2007.

In the United States, you can pick up your BlackBerry Pearl 8130 smartphone at:
- Alltel : http://www.alltel.com/pearl
- Sprint : http://nextelonline.nextel.com/
- Verizon Wireless : http://www.verizonwireless.com/pearl

In Canada, you can pick up your BlackBerry Pearl 8130 smartphone at:
- Bell : http://www.businessonthego.ca/
- TELUS : http://www.telusmobility.com/blackberry

Android SDK Released

Google has released Android SDK (software development kit) for Android mobile phones platform. The new Android Mobile Platform SDK, which can run on any machines using Windows XP, Windows Vista, Ubuntu Linux or other modern distros, Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later.

The Open Handset Alliance is giving away $10 million to developers who start building application on the platform. It's basically a contest to encourage people to start making apps. The 50 most promising entries will each receive $25,000. Of the 50 people selected, ten will have the chance to win $275,000 awards and another ten $100,000 awards.

Google also provided more details about Android, an open-source development platform that contains a complete set of components, including an operating system, middleware stack, user interface and applications.

Android is built on the Linux 2.6 kernel, includes a virtual machine called Dalvik to maximize application performance and will come with a core set of applications including e-mail client, SMS (Short Message Service) program, calendar, maps and a browser based on the open-source WebKit engine.

The entire Android platform will be made available for free under the Apache Version 2 open-source license in 2008, according to Google.

The SDK has been designed to let developers “extend, replace and reuse” software components and comes with debugging tools, libraries, a device emulator and sample projects, Google said.

Android Platform's Features:
- Integrated browser based on the open source WebKit engine
- Optimized graphics powered by a custom 2D graphics library; 3D graphics based on the OpenGL ES 1.0 specification (hardware acceleration optional)
- SQLite for structured data storage
- Media support for common audio, video, and still image formats (MPEG4, H.264, MP3, AAC, AMR, JPG, PNG, GIF)
- GSM Telephony (hardware dependent)
- Application framework enabling reuse and replacement of components
- Dalvik virtual machine optimized for mobile devices
- Bluetooth, EDGE, 3G, and WiFi (hardware dependent)
- Camera, GPS, compass, and accelerometer (hardware dependent)
- Rich development environment including a device emulator, tools for debugging, memory and performance profiling, and a plugin for the Eclipse IDE

Android SDK downlaod page : http://code.google.com/android/download.html

HTC Android Phones in 2008

HTC CEO Peter Chou who spoke to foreign investors in Taiwan last week confirmed that the company is getting ready to launch two or three new Android-based handsets in 2008.

It would be launching a 3G phone in the near future that did not use the Qualcomm-based chipset. The current TouchFlo technology seen on such phones as Sprint's HTC Touch wasn't necessarily the greatest—anyone with any iPhone experience would find it unresponsive, says I—and HTC will be introducing a new touch UI technology in 2008. As far as the WiMax rollout goes, HTC would release a WiMax/TD-WCDMA mobile phone either by the end of 2008 or beginning of 2009.

Florian Seiche, HTC's European vice president, said that the company's goal was to provide a "broad portfolio" of devices targeting various segments of the market, from consumer to enterprise. Android devices, he said, would fall squarely into the relatively new consumer side of HTC's business, targeted this year with the Touch phone.

Android is a new open source mobile OS developed by a group called the Open Handset Alliance, which includes members like Google, Motorola, HTC, Sprint Nextel and many more.

HTC CEO Peter Chou also said that HTC will introduce a more advanced user interface than its current TouchFlo next year and launch WiMAX devices by the end of 2008.

HTC Touch Cruise with GPS Navigation

HTC has announced a new version of their third Touch smartphone, the Cruise. "Touch" as in that TouchFLO interface, "Cruise" as in GPS-enabled. The third addition to HTC's Touch lineup packs HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, a 3 megapixel camera, microSD expansion, and a 2.8-inch touch-screen lying on top of a Windows Mobile 6 foundation. It also comes with mapping and navigation software from TomTom, a GPS systems provider.

HTC new Touch Cruise will have built-in GPS. This is the third addition to the Touch family and it will feature a 2.8" touchscreen, 3 megapixel camera, microSD card slot, 4-way navigation key, Bluetooth, WiFi, HSDPA and the previously mentioned gpsOne GPS receiver. All this running on Microsoft Windows Mobile 6. HTC claims a battery life of up to 7 hours of talk time. The Touch Cruise weighs in at 130 g and measures 110 by 58 by 15.5 mm.

HTC Touch Cruise Network;
HSDPA/UMTS: 2100 MHz (Europe), 850/1900 MHz (USA).
HSDPA: Up to 384kbps for upload and 3.6Mbps for download.
UMTS: Up to 384kbps for upload and download
GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Quad-band 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz (The device will operate on frequencies available from the cellular network)

The new Touch Cruise boasts 3.6 Mbps HSDPA connectivity (supports AT&T's network) plus Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0. It also offers a 2.8" QVGA screen, and is powered by Windows Mobile 6. Other key features include a 3-megapixel camera with autofocus, FM radio and a microSD memory card slot. A second camera offering VGA resolution video calling for European users. The Touch Cruise also comes with quad-band GSM/EDGE support. It's quad-band GSM with HSDPA/UMTS riding 2100 MHz for Europe and 850/1900MHz for the US.

HTC is planning to launch the Touch Cruise in Europe this month. It will be available as an unlocked phone in December 2007.

K660 Sony Ericsson HSDPA Web Phone Revealed

K660, a new addition to the K-Series introduced by Sony Ericsson. Sony Ericsson K660 packs landscape Web browsing and dedicated shortcut keys into a classy looking handset targeting a young Web-savvy audience. K660 is a UMTS/HSDPA 2100 and GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 phone.

Sony Ericsson K660 is optimized for the Web with landscape browsing, dedicated shortcut keys, desktop tickers, a PC-like mouse experience when in Web mode, picture & video blogging and Google™ Maps for Mobile, all benefiting from HSPDA broadband speed. The K660 also includes a 176x220 pixel 262K QVGA display, 2 Megapixel camera, Memory Stick Micro™ removable storage and impressive music and video players.

The K660 is based on Sony Ericsson's Java™ Platform 8 (JP-8), supporting Mobile Services Architecture (MSA) JSR 248, the next-generation Java umbrella standard. MSA aims to reduce fragmentation in the industry by creating a predictable environment for developers, reducing porting issues when developing new applications and games for the new generation of phones.

K660, an HSDPA (‘mobile broadband’) enabled phone with clever features like illuminated shortcut keys that only become active when surfing the Net, and desktop tickers that provide regular updates from your favourite websites; all designed to make Web browsing on the move as simple and convenient as at your computer.

The HSDPA enabled K660 will come packed with loads of interesting web related features such as RSS desktop, landscape browsing, email client, IM, Google search, Google Maps, and dedicated web keys, all of this running on a 2.0" QVGA display.

Other features include a 2 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom and video recording, Media player, 256 MB Memory Stick Micro (M2), stereo Bluetooth with A2DP, FM radio and speakerphone.

K660 will hit the market in 'lime-on-white' and 'wine-on-black' color versions in the first quarter 2008. Price was not disclosed.

W890 Sony Ericsson Revealed

W890 was revealed by Sony Ericsson in London 6 Nov, this phone is the latest additions to its Walkman® phone portfolio. W890 Walkman® phone is a HSDPA/UMTS 2100 and GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 phone.

The W890 with its super slim, stylish design, massive 2GB music storage capacity, and 3.2 megapixel camera, the W890 Walkman® phone promises to hit the right notes with sophisticated music lovers and design connoisseurs alike.

W890, the ericsson's successor to the popular W880; the extra-thin (0.39-inch) bar phone upgrades the camera to 3.2 megapixels and is the first W800 model to natively support HSPA access for 3G-grade downloads on European networks. It also comes with a 2GB Memory Stick Micro card out of the box -- the most external storage included for a Sony-Ericsson phone, the company says -- and an improved keypad layout. It should be available in early 2008 and should include a North American release given the addition of quad-band GSM for calling and EDGE data in the region.

At only 9.9 mm thick, the super slim W890 will come equipped with a 2" 262k color TFT (240 x 320 pixels) display, 3.2 megapixel camera with 3.2 digital zoom with video recording, Walkman player, 28 MB internal memory, card slot, a 2GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) in the box, Stereo speakers and FM radio with RDS.

The W890 is another walkman mobile (W - Walkman) from Sony Ericsson, and besides featuring the latest version of their media player (version 3.0) the phone comes with a 3.2 megapixel camera (not as good as the K800i or the K810i though) and HDSPA mobile Internet (4 times faster than a traditional 3G phone). The phone is as thin as a CD cover.

W890’s HSDPA capabilities allow you to download music at speeds up to four times faster than with regular 3G devices. Plus, it makes viewing pages on the internet quicker and easier too. The phone is fully compatible with Sony Ericsson’s PlayNow™ mobile entertainment experience. This provides you with instant access to the latest content – whether it’s the full-length music tracks, the hottest mobile games, ringtones or wallpapers – downloadable either direct to your phone or via your PC.

W890’s 3.2 megapixel camera allows you to record the moment for posterity. One-press access to the camera means you need never miss a shot. Plus, instantly upload your photos to your personal online gallery, or ‘blogsite’, to let your friends know what you’re up to.

W890 is fully compatible with a range of the latest Sony Ericsson music accessories, including the Portable Bluetooth™ Speaker MBS-100 and the Stereo Bluetooth™ Headset HBH-DS220.

W890 will be available in selected markets from Q1 2008. The W898c Walkman® phone is a GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 phone for the China market only.

W380 Sony Ericsson Revealed

Sony Ericsson revealed a new addition to their Walkman phone family, the W380. W380 is a GSM/EDGE/GPRS 850/1800/1900 and 900/1800/1900 clamshell phone.

Sony Ericsson W380 is a tri-band, Walkman® clamshell-style phone featuring the new Gesture control functionality providing quick and easy control of the phone without having to touch it – mute a call or snooze the alarm by sweeping a hand across the camera. The exterior contains a hidden Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) external display that illuminates to show music track, call or message information.

In addition to offering the Walkman® player 2.0 and TrackID™ track recognition, the W380 includes a 1.3 Megapixel camera, Memory Stick Micro™ removable storage, HTML browser, RSS feed support and 3D gaming with both JSR 184 and Mascot Capsule version 3.

This new Walkman clamshell is featuring a 1.9" 262k color TFT (176 x 220 pixels) internal display, an OLED external screen (36 x 128 pixels), a 1.3 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, Walkman player, 14 MB of memory, card slot, 512MB Memory Stick Micro (M2) card included in the box.

W380 Walkman® phone comes complete with Media Manager PC software that lets you easily transfer your music, photos and videos between your computer and phone. Simply point, click and drag your music files from your computer to your phone – the software automatically converts your music to the right format.

Store hours of your favourite music (up to 271 songs*) on the W380’s 512 MB Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) or tune in to your favourite FM radio station. The W380 comes equipped with an FM radio with RDS and stereo Bluetooth with A2DP.

W380 will be available in selected markets during Q1 2008.

W960i Sony Ericsson Start Shipping Soon

Sony Ericsson confirmed that W960i will be in store before December. This slim UMTS touchscreen Walkman phone was announced back in June. Sony Ericsson W960i is a "Walkman" version of the Sony Ericsson P1i 3G smartphone, and it can be considered to be a straight upgrade to the existing W950i.

Two major improvements with the W960i over the previous model are the inclusion of a 3.2 megapixel camera and WiFi support - the lack of a camera on the older model was an oddity due to the fact that it too was based on another Sony Ericsson smartphone, this time the M600i.

The W960i is the upgraded version of the W950i and it features a 2.6", 262k color TFT touchscreen, 3.2 megapixel camera with 3x digital zoom, Walkman Touch Player, an 8GB hard drive, Wi-Fi and it runs Symbian OS.

W960i uses a large 2.6" 240x320 pixel resolution touchscreen plus a jog dial. The W960i's underlying operating system is Symbian with the UIQ interface on top, which means that there are a wide variety of applications available, possibly also including corporate push email solutions. This makes the W960i an unusually powerful member of the Walkman family.

The 2.6” touch-sensitive display is great for Web browsing. Hook up to the Web using the 3G network or a Wi-Fi access point. Visit your favourite pages, buy music online, and download new programmes to make the Sony Ericsson W960 truly yours. To catch the fun, the W960 Walkman phone boasts a 3.2 megapixel camera within its 16mm frame. Auto focus makes your photos sharper, and with picture messaging or email you can share them instantly. Another way to spread the word - or photos - is to post them on your own blog site. As with the W910 Walkman phone, you can organize all of your content for the W960 using Media Manager PRO, a PC programme for optimizing music, photos and videos to be used on your phone.

Sony Ericsson will start shipping the W960i this month, November. Unfortunately, we still don't have a price yet.

Motorola Q9 by AT&T

Motorola's Q q9 smartphone is available for AT&T customers. Motorola Q9 features a bright 320 x 240 pixel display, 2.0 megapixel camera with LED flash, integrated GPS, Good Mobile Messaging, Outlook, IMAP and POP3 email, IM and MicroSD card slot for up to 32GB of extra memory. The Q is also equipped with Windows Media Player 10 Mobile, Microsoft Internet Express, Bluetooth 2.0 with stereo headset support and speakerphone.

MOTO Q™ 9 Windows Mobile® 6 Standard. This sleek and robust device is packed with power, functionality and offers a cool design that satisfies the appetite of gadget lovers, business professionals and even fashion conscious consumers. The MOTO Q™ 9 is more than just a device — it’s a statement of power and personality. Its precise and compelling form factor highlights the devices’ visual appeal and feel. Within its lean form lies High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) technology for lightening fast speed and immediate downloading capabilities.

Motorola Q q9 by AT&T includes:
- Web Browser: Pocket Internet Explorer
- Windows Mobile for Smartphones Operating System v.6
- Outlook® Mobile (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar and Tasks)
- 3G/UMTS network for fast data access
- QWERTY text keyboard
- Windows Media Player
- Full-Duplex Speaker Phone

Motorola Q9 Included Accessories:
- Lithium ion battery
- Compact wall charger
- USB data cable
- Holster

AT&T is selling the Moto Q for $299 after a 2-year contract and a $50 mail-in rebate.

Nokia N96 N-Gage Concept Speculation

There is an idle speculation that Nokia N96 will feature a 6 megapixel Carl Zeiss lens, which was 5 megapixels on its predecessor the N95. Moreover the N96 would feature 3x optical zoom as well, which gives the user much more photography possibilities.

Nokia N96 will be like N-Gage. It runs on S60 and N-Gage software. There is a 6 megapixel camera on board and HSDPA connectivity for the high-speed downloads. Mobile TV and GPS comes standard for all future high-end Nokia phones. Furthermore, the touchscreen has a motion and there’s a joystick for gaming and UI navigation.

Nokia N96 "N-Gage" multimedia computer would even be integrated with 10GB of internal memory. The Nokia N96 HSDPA will be further equipped with a 3,2 inch screen, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, Mini USB 2.0 and Infrared connectivity. A touch screen, joystick navigation and motion sensor. N-96 will have features; Band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, HSDPA / WCDMA 2100, Full QWERTY keyboard, 3.5mm jack and 4 build-in speakers and will come in two colors.

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Samsung G800 5 MP Available November

Samsung G800 camera phone, which is the world’s first 5MP camera phone with 3x optical zoom will be available in November. The high resolution 5 Megapixel Samsung G800 is an enhanced version of the G600.

On the backside the Samsung G800 looks like a normal digital camera featuring a sliding lens cover. Other camera features of the Samsung G800 include Xenon flash, panorama shots, multi shots, and macro shots, video editing functions and video sharing options to upload images and videos to the net.

The Samsung G800 slider features 3G/HSDPA connectivity and 2.4 inch screen. Measurements of the G800 are 101x51x19mm, while on-board memory is 110MB plus the expected microSD card slot. Also included are of course Bluetooth and USB — we’re assuming both are 2.0 spec, and hopefully the the former will support stereo headsets. G800 also provides a tool for sharing images and videos. Additionally, the Samsung G800 offers video editing functions so that people can easily cut, paste and edit their own films. A mobile blogging feature helps users to upload their favorite content. Supporting HSDPA, the G800 uploads photos or videos rapidly.

Samsung G800 will be available in European countries from November 2007, and retail for approximately $500.