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Samsung models latest slimline handsets

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Samsung today showed off its latest array of mobile phones, pitching the products' skinniness over offerings from rival handset vendors.

The company used the Singapore-hosted CommunicAsia 2006 event to show off not only the Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) capable SGH-P900 TV phone - which the company is hawking around Europe at the moment - but also its 9.9mm-thick SGH-D830 clamshell, a 6.9mm-thick clamshell - it's still managed to squeeze Bluetooth and a two-megapixel camera on board - and a 12.9mm-thick slider, the SGH-E900, which has a three-megapixel camera.

samsung at communicAsia 2006

More interesting is the Motorola Q/Nokia E61-like SGH-i320, tucked away in the middle of the Samsung-provided picture below. ®

samsung at communicAsia 2006

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