And we mean that literally.
Debuting this week at the ITU Telecom World 2006 event in Hong Kong, the Samsung SGH-F300 is a double-sided GSM triband cell phone and YP-Z5 look-alike multimedia player that supports MP3, AAC, and WMA tracks. The 2.1-inch TFT display (256K colors, 176 x 220) is good for watching MPEG-4 videos stored on the device’s 100MB of internal memory or on microSD cards up to 2GB. There’s also an FM radio, Bluetooth (A2DP), and touch-sensitive navigation pad.
Flip the F300 onto its face, tap the phone/multimedia switch key, and you’ve got yourself a full-featured candybar cell phone complete with 2-megapixel camera and GPRS/EDGE connectivity. Check out the diagram below for more details on phone layout and other features.
The Samsung SGH-F300 should be available (in Korea only?) beginning in the first quarter of 2007.