After the recent release of new images, Samsung has unveiled its new Giorgio Armani, fashion-based mobile phone that will run on the new Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system.
Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer presented the new device, which he described as 'the most fashionable phone I've ever had a chance to talk about'.
The new smartphone resembles the Samsung Armani W820/W8200 mobile and, in addition to featuring the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, the new handset includes a full QWERTY keyboard, a high quality, 3.5 inch-AMOLED screen for more intense colours and GPS.
It also features a five-megapixel camera, according to the Engadget website. In addition, the new Samsung is accompanied by a microSD slot to increase the internal memory capacity, which is already a healthy 8GB.
The Samsung Armani Windows phone will cost €700 in Europe but the release date is, as yet, unannounced.
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