The Samsung Cetus i917 has finally broken the cover and has revealed itself to the whole world (albeit through a leak). Windows Mobile 7 is supposed to be the operating system of the device, and as is the case with Windows Mobile 7 run phones, this is another smart phone that will be going to AT&T when it officially makes its arrival (however, the schedule for its arrival is not yet known to us). The 850/1900MHz rounded handset also has 3G connectivity. The usual hardware of Windows Mobile 7 has been put into a glossy, black case and looks a lot more sophisticated than any of the other offerings from the Korean electronics giant so far, that has already carved out a niche for itself in the competitive world of high end smart phones.
If the rumors that are doing the rounds in the mobile industry are to be believed, the Samsung Cetus i917 will have hardware almost the same as that of one of the company’s most popular devices, the Samsung Galaxy S. However, Android will be replaced as the operating system that will be running the phone, and Samsung will go with the Windows Mobile 7. The phone is supposed to have the super AMOLED, 4 inch touch screen display, as its sister phones Galaxy S and the Epic 4G has. The phone will be packing quite a punch with a high resolution, 5 megapixel camera, as well as Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi 802.11n, GPS navigator, alongside the normal FM radio and a memory card slot. Windows Mobile 7 will be launching at the end of the year and probably the Cetus i917 will also be launching roundabout the same time, and if that is the case, LG and HTC will all be competing for a market that is highly competitive.
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