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February 09, 2009

Samsung S8300 UltraTOUCH gets official

The new 8-megapixel touchscreen camera from Samsung has been officially announced by the Korean-based company — Samsung S8300 UltraTOUCH.

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2.8 inch, 240 x 400 pixels, OLED touchscreen
Accelerometer sensor
Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
80 MB shared memory
up to 16GB microSD
HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps
Bluetooth 2.0
8 MP (3264×2448 pixels) autofocus camera, video(VGA@30fps) with flash
Secondary videocall camera
Built-in GPS with A-GPS support
Stereo FM radio with RDS

I wonder why Samsung skipped the WiFi capability. That’s gonna turn off *a lot* of people. It’s a bit on the slim side though, at 12.7mm. 

This model is somewhat similar to the LG Secret. Price and availability is TBA.

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22 Responses to “Samsung S8300 UltraTOUCH gets official”

  1. says:

    My prediction of the price is between 22k to 30k,

  2. No Wifi……. too bad….

  3. kill3rfill3r
    Twitter: killrfillr

    everything but the wifi

  4. techme says:

    no wifi= crap

  5. I think their Omnia is better. :D

  6. jhay says:

    Yep, it’s really disappointing and puzzling, they didn’t put in Wi-Fi capability on such a phone. What were they thinking?!

  7. madzman23
    Twitter: madzman23

    Id rather go to Omnia than this one.

  8. agentdap says:

    Yup! Omnia is much much better

  9. Darren says:

    not very impressive~ :-)

  10. jobucks says:

    awesome….. I like that

  11. Obed says:

    With regards to the keypads, its a lot better than Samsung Omnia, Omnia has a hard capacitive.. But you guys are right, what’s the use of this kind of touch phone if it doesn’t have a Wi-Fi connectivity…

  12. lexx says:

    my god, it’s totally a waste for wifi owners

  13. Ryan says:

    Omnia is much better than this. No wifi??? But i like this phone having a keypad underneath it and it’s not running on Windows if im not mistaken.. Looks promising. :)

  14. tin says:

    when will the HD omnia release??

  15. mar says:

    uhmm..i have this phone already ..and it does have can detect wireless networks and you can connect to them…i soo love my new phone..

  16. Jay says:

    @ mar

    so how much is this phone?

  17. je says:

    it’s 22k

  18. Norman says:

    m planning to get this phone. aside from no wi-fi, anything else negative about this phone? how’s the battery performance and responsiveness of the GUI?

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