"The device, which has no wireless capability, uses an ARM
processor and features a 4-inch colour LCD screen, embedded HTML
browser, MP3 player and Compact Flash slot. According to a company
spokesman, future versions will feature a range of add-on devices,
including a TV tuner, GPS module, wireless GSM modem and digital
camera that will attach to the unit via its Flash slot."
"Samsung is also planning Bluetooth and voice recognition
integration in future iterations."
"This is the first in a new range of PDA devices from
Samsung, all of which will be based on Linux. Samsung believes
that the open source approach is vital for the device to attract
developers to write applications for consumers. "With Linux, anyone
can write applications for you," said the spokesman, "This is the
advantage against the proprietary route of Windows CE -- Linux is
freely available to anyone."
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