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|Compatible networks||CDMA2000 1xRTT (CDMA 800/1900 MHz)|
|Dimensions||5.2" x 2.8" x .6"|
|Operating system||Pocket PC 2002 , Windows Mobile 2003 (after July 2004, upgrade available)|
|CPU||300 MHz Intel XScale PXA250|
|Removable storage||SD, SDIO|
|Battery||1200 mAh Li-ion, 2,000 mAh Li-ion|
|Display||240 x 320 px (QVGA) TFT LCD, 65k colors|
|Rear camera||VGA (0.3-megapixel)|
The SPH-i700 is a Windows Mobile-powered smartphone manufactured by Samsung of Korea. It is a powerful and expandable second generation Pocket PC phone compared to others in its class. It includes a transflective display, a VGA camera, 300 MHz Processor and supports SDIO, making it a competent PDA. It includes a complete bundle of accessories, including: a case, stereo headset-mic, cradle and both a regular and extended battery. The wireless radio was reported to get strong signals, and offered good voice quality and fast data speeds on Verizon's Express Network. The unit runs the Pocket PC 2002 Phone Edition OS, and in July 2004, Verizon started shipping units running Windows Mobile 2003 Phone Edition. Windows Mobile 2003 Phone Edition offers the same improvements found in regular Pocket PCs running this OS: improved Pocket Internet Explorer, always on networking, an improved networking connection manager and overall speed improvements. Samsung makes a similar model called the SGH-i700 which is identical to the SPH-i700 except for it works on the GSM/GPRS network.
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