Samsung G810 have announced details of their top of the range Samsung G810 slider phone.
Packed with kitchen sink-including functionality including geo-tagging and Wi-Fi, the handset looks ready and willing to square up against the hugely popular Nokia N95 smartphone.
Purring along on the Symbian v9.2 S60 3rd Edition software platform, the G810 bigs up its camera credentials by packing a 5 megapixel camera with a 3x optical zoom, face detection, Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), image stabilisation and Xenon flash.
A shiny metal 3.5G beast in brushed stainless steel, the Samsung should give web-hungry punters a nippy 3.6Mbps connectivity backed by UMTS and EDGE. There’s also Wi-Fi onboard giving access to YouTube, Google search and maps and Gmail.
The new 103 x 52.9 x 17.9mm handset comes with a 2.6-inch QVGA display, 150MB of internal memory, microSD card slot, built-in GPS navigation and the latest must-have technology, geo-tagging support.
The phone also comes with Bluetooth 2.0 and USB 2.0 connectivity, sports a handy 3.5mm jack ( so you can plug in your regular headphones without have to faff about with pesky adapters) and a TV-out slot for sharing your photo love on t he big screen.
Scheduled for a European March 2008 release, the price looks to be set around €580.
GSM/UMTS/3.6 Mbps HSDPA connectivity
Symbian 9.2 OS with S60 3.1 UI
2.6″ 262k colour QVGA TFT display
5 megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom, anti-shake, face recognition, macro mode, autofocus
150MB memory and a microSD memory card slot
Wi Fi b/g support
Bluetooth 2.0 EDR, USB 2.0 (microUSB connector)
1200 mAh battery
Dimensions: 104×52×9×18 mm