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Samsung Impression Now Available with AT&T
      #33047 - 04/07/09 02:55 PM

The Samsung Impression, the nation's first commercially available mobile phone with AMOLED screen technology, is now available with ATT. Stay tuned for our review.

The Impression has one of the brightest and clearest displays in the U.S. and is paired with a keyboard underneath an amazingly slim, metallic blue quick messaging phone that's all touch screen on the outside, all buttons on the inside. On sale for $199.991, the Impression has an included 3.0 megapixel camcorder-capable camera, 3.2-inch screen and full browser to maximize every pixel of color.



Samsung Impression Features:

? AMOLED 3.2? Touch Screen with Slide-out QWERTY Keyboard
? PC Studio Manager
? Messaging Service
- 2-Way Short Message Service
- Multimedia Message Service
- Instant Messaging: AOL, Windows Live and Yahoo!
? Mobile Email
? Customizable Widget Bar
? AT&T Navigator
? AT&T Mobile Music
? Video Share
? MP3 Player
? Bluetooth Wireless Technology
? Supports up to 16GB microSD card
? Wireless Internet Express
? Java Support for application download
? Personal Organizer: Calendar, Tasks, Memo, Calculator, Converter and World Clock
? T9 easy text input for English, Spanish and French
? High Output Speakerphone
? Games
? Download Capabilities
- Tone and Image Download
- Downloadable Ringtones
? NITZ (Network Initiated Time Zone)
? Vibration Alert
? 72-Note Polyphonic Music Tones/MP3 Music Tones
? Any Key Answer
? Mute Functions (Speaker)
? Keypad and LCD Backlight Control
? Multilingual Text Display (English, French and Spanish)
? Alarm
? World Time
? aGPS/E911 Support

Technical specs:

? Quad-Band: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz; Dual-Band: UMTS 850/1900MHz
? Dimensions: 4.48? x 2.28? x .61? (standard battery)
? Weight: 5.3 ounces (standard battery)
? Display: 262K Color, AMOLED, 240 x 400 Pixel
? Charging Time: Up to 3 hours
? Standard Battery: 1000mAh Lithium Ion
? Usage Time: Up to 3 hours (standard battery)
? Standby Time: Up to 250 hours (standard battery)
? Security: Call Restriction

Memory:

Internal Phonebook
- Non-Volatile
- Holds 2000 Alphanumeric Entries plus SIM Card Memory (up to 250 additional names/numbers)
- Supports up to 40 Digits, 16 Characters
- 8 One-Touch Dialing Numbers
? Last 30 Incoming, Outgoing and Missed Call Logs
? Multimedia
- 189MB (shared between MP3 Player and Camera)

Call Management and services:

? Voicemail
? Last 30 Outgoing, 30 Incoming, and 30 Missed Number Redial
? Pause Dialing
? Call List
? Phone Number Storage, Retrieval and Dialing
? Automatic Redial
? Caller I.D.
? Call Forwarding
? Call Waiting
? Three-Way Calling
? Conference Call (1+5)
? Emergency Call

Standard package contents:

? Handset
? Standard Lithium Ion Battery
? Travel Charger
? USB Cable
? Quick Start Guide
? Parental Controls Insert
? JuiceCaster Insert
? CD (Spanish and English User Manual, Device Tutorial and USB Drivers)

For more info visit wireless.att.com



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