This interesting. A mobile phone designed with your hot little fingers in mind! Fair enough, but will it produce the results that most of us are looking for in a good mobile?
Information surfaced this week on the FCC web site about a new Samsung messaging phone with a QWERTY thumb keyboard. The Samsung SGH-D307 appears to be Samsung’s answer to other recent messaging phones such as the Motorola A630 and LG F9100. The device has a dual-flip hinge similar to the Motorola MPx, allowing the phone to be opened like a typical clamshell to place calls, or horizontally for typing. According to FCC documents, features of the D307 include quad-band GSM, EDGE high-speed data, Bluetooth, an internal antenna, and an outer caller-ID display. The model numbering and frequency bands are consistent with phones for Cingular. [Read the rest]