>> Bonnie: Hi I'm Bonnie Cha, Senior Editor at CNET.com and today we are taking a first look at the Samsung Mondi; this was announced
here at CTIA 2009 and it is one of Samsung's first WiMaxx devices in the U.S. On front you've got a 4.3 inch touch-screen and it slides
up to reveal full QWERTY keyboard here. Pretty kind of hefty device but not too bad it's pocketable. This is, like I said, WiMaxx
it also has integrated WiFi but there's no 3G voice. It will be running Windows Mobile and will have the App Store available when
it's launched. On back here we've got a 3 megapixel camera; this will be available in Q2 and they said it will be available through
Best Buy and Samsung and some other online retailers but pricing has yet to be announced. This is just one of the first WiMaxx series
devices that Samsung is planning so definitely kind of an early adopter device but very promising and we look forward to checking
it out more when we get it in for a review. I'm Bonnie Cha and this has been your first look at the Samsung Mondi.
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