Samsung's first HSUPA phone hits Korea

Samsung has announced its first handset to feature the latest HSUPA (High Speed Upload Packet Access) data transfer protocol which speeds past the rate offered by 3G and ups data transfer to a healthy 5.76Mbits/s. Whereas HSDPA is all about downloading content from the internet. HSUPA enables users to upload content (photos, music, videos, etc) to the internet.

 

To be released in Korea for an equivalent price of around £300, the handset also includes a range of additional features that include a 2MP camera plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Google-based browser and push email.  

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