CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW: CNET editors cover the Next Big Thing
Samsung's smart i730 reveals a surprise
January 6, 2005; 5:15 p.m.
The product: We came, we saw, we liked. Samsung has packed the i730 with so many goodies that we don't know where to start. How about the slick slider design that opens to reveal a QWERTY keyboard? This Windows Mobile 2003 smart phone also rocks a 65,000-color, 2.8-inch display; 128MB of flash memory; 64MB of SDRAM; and integrated Bluetooth. Operating on a CDMA (800/1,900MHz) network, the i730 supports EVDO for faster download speeds. Further features include:
By Bonnie Cha, associate editor, CNET Reviews
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