Samsung Tests UMTS Phone

Working with Nortel Networks and Vodafone Spain

November 23, 2002

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MADRID, Spain – Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Vodafone and Nortel Networks have agreed to undergo UMTS trial tests in Spain. This confirms that the 3G is becoming more and more close to reality. Thanks to the cooperation of these three companies, the visitors to SIMO could have direct experience which UMTS service offers, such as Video telephony, WAP, and Video Streaming and Web Browsing through PC.“Working together with Vodafone and Nortel Networks on development and testing benefits our companies and our customers,” said Mr. Byung Duck Cho, Senior Vice President of Mobile Communication R&D team at Samsung Electronics. “Through our leading-edge technologies and extensive knowledge, at Samsung we are committed to providing everyone the freedom from limitation of time and space in accessing all services they want. This is the true communication we expect from 3G.”The test is made by the SGH-Z100, Samsung’s 3G UMTS mobile phone which shows the most advanced technology, with GPRS Class 10 (4x2), WAP, MMS and Java. It supports applications which could not be utilized up to today, such as Video telephony service through mobile phones. The Samsung’s 3G UMTS mobile phone has a built-in rotating digital camera and a high-quality TFT color screen that reproduces 260,000 different color shades. It also features 40 polyphonic ring tones.Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.Nortel Networks Corp.Vodafone Spain

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