Samsung launches own "Blackberry killer"

Motorola is trying to squash the BlackBerry with its Q device, and now Samsung is heading down the same path, launching a slim QWERTY smartphone, the SGH-i320. Looking quite similar to the BlackBerry device, the SGH-i320 supports Windows Mobile 5.0's push email extensions along with a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity and email attachment viewing capabilities, as well as 120MB memory and an SD card slot. Samsung is shipping the device to Europe later this month.

To read more about Samsung's SGH-i320 device:
- take a look at this article from The Register

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