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Breaking news from ihotdesk communications, Voice, VoIP and Video conferencing solutions in London:
Samsung has unveiled its new Soul handset in time for the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week.

Category Communications
11 February 2008
 
Samsung has unveiled its new Soul handset in time for the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week.

The Soul is a "slim and light" handset which boasts a five megapixel 4x zoom camera as well as Magical Touch - a feature designed to improve the navigation of the phone by adapting the keypad to the user's habits.

Its camera features a face detection facility and image stabilisation, making it a serious competitor with other cameras on the market.

Meanwhile, the Korean mobile phone giant has announced that it hopes to release a phone based on Google's Android mobile phone software platform by early 2009.

It made the announcement at the Mobile World Congress this morning and added that it expects to also release four or five Wi-Max phones this year.

Wi-Max is a wireless technology akin to Wi-Fi but with a longer range and stronger signal.

Later in the week at the conference, Samsung will demonstrate its "pocket projector" technology.

This technology works by connecting a mobile phone to a small device which then projects an image onto a white board allowing the user to enjoy video and game images from the phone as big as 20 inches.

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