New Anycall Cell Phone from Samsung Offers First HSUPA Service

Written by Kenson. Filed under Cell Phone Reviews, Samsung, Wireless Industry News

The Samsung Anycall SCH-M470

April 8, 2008- Samsung has announced the release of their newest handset, the SCH-M470, an Anycall mobile device. This will mark the release of Samsung’s very first HSUPA SCH-M470 for the Korean market, a very exciting release for any mobile device. The new handset will feature a 2 megapixel camera as well as M470 support for the HSDPA network allowing users to upstream at incredible speeds of 5 mega bytes per second… much faster than any of their previous models.

Anycall SCH-M470

The new SCH-M470 Anycall mobile device from Samsung will offer users all the features they are looking for in a new handset including upload speeds of up to 2 Mbps, a 2 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, push email and Google search engine applications to keep users mobile and connected in all the ways they need to be in today’s technologically advanced world. Not much more information than that is currently available, so keep your eye out for updates.

The device will be available in Korea for $600 (USD) upon release.

Source: Mobilewhack.com; Slashphone.com


One Response to “New Anycall Cell Phone from Samsung Offers First HSUPA Service”

  1. medhat Says:

    i want price list for mobil any call & c1000+
    please be ontouch
    thx

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