Samsung Launches a Mobile TV Phone in Italy
Nov 27, 2006
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Samsung launches a mobile TV phone to the Italian market this month through Telecom Italia. This mobile TV phone combines not only the latest mobile TV technology, but it also combines HSDPA technology, which enables high-speed data transmission.

Samsung has provided a mobile TV phone to Telecom Italia since May 2006. Samsung's successful drive in the Italian market has been a big step in leading Europe 's mobile TV phone market.

Samsung's newest model, the P930, adopts horizontal LCD screen for optimal mobile TV watching and supports stereo speaker.

The P930 has wide 2.3 inch LCD and supports Picture in Picture (PIP) function to watch two TV channels simultaneously. It adopts a 2-megapixel camera for high-quality photo shooting and a VGA camera for convenient video telephony. It also supports a microSD external memory slot for better storage.

The mobile TV market is lead by three different standards; DVB-H in Europe, MediaFLO in the U.S and DMB in Korea. Samsung is leading all three standards by supplying world's first S-DMB and T-DMB phone in Korea, Europe's first T-DBM phone in Germany, Europe's first DVB-H phone in Italy and by successfully demonstrating the MediaFLO mobile TV technology at ‘CTIA Wireless 2006’ in the U.S. market.

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