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Samsung SGH-i300
Manufacturer Samsung Electronics
Compatible networks GSM 900/1800/1900, GPRS
Availability by country 2005
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Operating system Windows Mobile 2003
Memory 3 GB
Display 2.0" TFT LCD
Connectivity IrDA, Bluetooth

The Samsung SGH-i300 is a discontinued smartphone developed by Samsung Electronics. Announced at CEBiT in March 2005, it was the world's first smartphone with an embedded hard disk, and was also Samsung's first Windows Mobile smartphone to be launched in the European Union. Code name of this smartphone project was Thor, and its series had named Odin, Muse each.


  • Windows Mobile 2003 (Smartphone)
  • GSM tri-band (900/1800/1900)/GPRS class 10
  • 3GB HDD embedded (i300X : 4GB HDD)
  • Region: Europe, South East Asia
  • 2.0" LCD
  • Dual Speakers
  • IrDA/Bluetooth


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