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The Samsung BEAT-b M3510 and BEAT-s M3200 music phones

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For the music lovers are the Samsung BEAT-b M3510 and BEAT-s M3200 music phones. The M3510 is a slider while the M3200 is of the candy bar style. Both include a 2-inch QVGA resolution display (240 x 320 pixels), 2 megapixel camera with video recorder, microSD slot, built-in stereo speakers, 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth A2DP for wireless stereo headphones, FM radio with RDS, an automatic equalizer, and Samsung’s Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe), which is the company’s high quality sound engine offering real stereo and bass sounds. Gimmick-wise, both phones are equipped with “motion control” that allows users to shake and flip the phone to control the music.

The Samsung BEAT -b M3510 measures 109 x 46 x 9.9 mm and weighs 68g. The M3510 (GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 ) sports 60MB internal memory with a stand-by time of up to 250 hours and a talk time of up to 5 hours.

On the other hand the Samsung BEAT -s M3200 measures 96.5 x 46.9 x 16.9 mm and weighs 101g. The M3200 highlights include 72MB internal memory, a B&O ICEpower amplifier, and a ‘turn to mute’ feature that mutes the phone’s volume by turning the phone over. Stand-by time is rated for up to 400 hours and talk time is up to 4 hours.

Samsung really put the focus on music on the Beat M3510 and M3200 by including Shazam’s Find Music service. The can recognize and track any song it hears (simply stick the phone’s mic towards the audio source) so users can easily identify and purchase them. Both phones also support MP3, e-AAC+, WMA audio files and MPEG4 and 3GP video files.

The Samsung BEAT -s M3200 will be available in October while the BEAT -b M3510 is slated for a “Q3 2008” release. No pricing for either phone was announced.


Via: PHONE Magazine

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