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WinMo-packin' Samsung B7300 surfaces overseas

Darren Murph
March 27, 2009
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Lookie here -- yet another Samsung leak from over in Asia. Just a day after we caught wind of the elusive S8000 comes yet another touchscreen-based handset from the company. Sporting Anycall and China Mobile labeling, we've all ideas the B7300 will be reserved (at least initially) for markets not named North America. As of now, all we know is that it comes loaded with some level of Windows Mobile, a rear-mounted camera, a carbon fiber-esque rear cover, USB connectivity and a microSD card slot. Check the read link for a few more looks, and then peek that mysterious presentation slide to see if you can figure out which row and column it's in.

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