Samsung's Armani phone has haptics, like Prada

Samsung's anticipated Armani phone has finally been officially unveiled by the handset maker. The tri-band handset features a 3-megapixel camera, 2.6-inch 262K color QVGA touchscreen LCD, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP support, microSD expansion and more. Most notably, the device features "haptics," which means that users can feel an immediate mild vibration when they touch icons on the display. Here's what the handset will look like (click to see more pics):

Europeans can expect a November launch for the device, which will retail at €650 ($916). No word yet on when Samsung will bring the phone to the U.S.

For more on the Armani phone:
- read this article from Engadget

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