Samsung SCH-B130

Satellite DMB, that new standard for delivering satellite TV and music to mobile devices (or, technically any device, when it comes down to it) isn't even close to a reality here in the States, but Samsung keeps busting out the DMB-capable handsets in South Korea, where the standard is just getting rolling. The latest is the SCH-B130, a new clamshell-style DMB phone that has a 2.34-inch, 320 x 240 pixel LCD screen, a 1.3 megapixel camera, MP3 player software, TV out, and a slot for RS-MMC memory cards. You'll only be able to watch 2.5 hours of satellite TV before the battery conks out, but that's actually better than what you'll get with most of the other DMB phones that are out there.

[Via textually.org]

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