"...and Introducing, the New Samsung U900 Soul"

By: Mark Hirst ">
With its rather less beguiling name, Samsung SGH-U900 Soul, the Samsung Soul is Samsung's flagship phone for 2008. So what's the new kid on the block got to do with "it"? For one, it's the very first phone released this time that doesn't shout touch screen! Instead, the Soul comes with a touch pad underneath the screen which Samsung is enthusiastically endorsing. This touch pad boasts of a cool user interface that interacts well with the Menus on the screen. The keys are animated when touched which is a welcome relief from the otherwise boring push-buttons of other mobile phones.

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Taking pictures from the Samsung Soul is enough to give you a good high. With its 5 mega pixel, anti-shake technology, face detection and auto-focus feature, taking pictures while drunk has never been easy and fun! ISO settings can even be adjusted which makes the Samsung Soul stand heads above the rest.

Sounds Awesome!
Bored with taking pictures? How about listening to funky sounds? The Soul is outfitted with an awesome MP3 player powered by Bang and Olufsen amp. This partnership stood the test of phones gone by, continuously guaranteeing the superiority and clearness of music being played on the phone.

We Are Connected!
Imagine having a 7 mbps speed in such a small device? You don't have to. It's a key feature of the Samsung Soul. Currently the Soul boasts of the fastest variant of HSDPA in the market. Note however, that this feature works well only and only if your network supports the HSDPA variant. A dip in its feature is the fact that the Soul is only a 3G gadget. So traveling all over the world using the Samsung Soul may not be the best advice to give.

The Soul comes with a 16 million color schemed screen, is only 13 mm thick, and has MicroSD card support and 100 MB internal memory. Its a super sleek groundbreaking phone that looks and feels like the future, or at least like 2008. Make way for the Samsung Soul U900.
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