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|Compatible networks||GSM 900/1800/1900, UMTS 2100 MHz, GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA|
|Availability by country||November 2007|
|Dimensions||112 x 56 x 15.9 mm|
|Data inputs||Touch screen, Predictive Text Input, QWERTY keyboard|
|Display||440 x 240 pixel, 262k color touch screen|
|Rear camera||3.15 Megapixel|
|Connectivity||USB, Bluetooth, 2.5 mm jack|
The SGH-F700 is a mobile phone manufactured by Samsung. Using Vodafone as its network provider, the phone was first introduced at the 3GSM World Congress that was held in February 2007. Sales to the European market started November 2007.
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The phone has a 3.2" color display and incorporates a touch screen/touch pad interaction system and a slide-out QWERTY key pad. The phone contains a 3 megapixel camera. Furthermore, the handset is HSDPA and Bluetooth 2.0 compatible and possesses USB and microSD memory slots. A Korean design patent for this black, rectangular, round-cornered phone was filed by Samsung in December 2006 prior to the release of the image of the iPhone but after the release of the HTC TyTn which it resembles with its rectangular design and slide out keyboard.
The touchscreen allows to control the entire handset. The "Croix UI" was awarded the iF Communication Design Award for 2007.
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