January 5, 2006
Samsung ZX20, World’s first HSDPA Phone
The Samsung ZX20 is the world’s first commercially available HSDPA phone. HSDPA is the successor to UMTS/WCDMA on the GSM evolutionary tree, offering up to seven times the maximum transfer rate of current 3G handsets based on UMTS/WCDMA. The ZX20 is dual-band HSDPA/UMTS and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE. Like the Samsung ZX10 it has a 1.3 Megapixel Camera and supports Audio / Video streaming. It has support for AOL, ICQ and Yahoo IM. It has no external display the internal display shows 262k colors. It has Bluetooth 2.0, Micro SD card slot for Memory expansion and Speakerphone functionality.
The Samsung ZX20 will be available in Second Quarter 2006.