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Samsung tunes into musical yoof with touchphone

What the kids want?

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Ladies and gentlemen, will you please welcome Samsung's latest touchscreen music phone. Now please depart - you're not the favoured audience.

Samsung M5650

Samsung's M5650: yoof oriented

No, Samsung said it's targeting the handset - it's called the M5650 - at "young mobile users", who want one-touch music controls and all the social networking facilities their fingers can cope with.

It also sports... ahem... a "cartoon" UI.

Samsung M5650

3Mp camera on board; 3G connectivity too

The M5650 is a 3G device with Wi-Fi, a 3Mp camera, FM radio tuner, Bluetooth and USB 2.0.

Samsung said the phone is already on sale in Portugal - other European nations will get the M5650 shortly. ®

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