While the Samsung i900 was announced almost a month and a half ago, every shot of the handset released thus far has been crap. The best shot of it was a black and white mock up, watermarked to the point of insanity.
Chinese news site pconline.com.cn managed to get a hands on with the device, and they were nice enough to bring back some visuals.
The i900 is Samsung’s newest Windows Mobile device, packing single-band HSDPA/UMTS, 802.11 b/g, GPS, internal FM radio, TV-out, and a 5 megapixel autofocus camera. Original reports claimed it would boast an 8 gb hard drive – this has purportedly been bumped up to 16 gb. Not bad, Samsung. Not bad at all. It’s just too bad that we probably won’t be seeing this in the states.
Four more shots on the other side.