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Samsung's UMA Phone (SGH-P200) Launched
Date: 18 July 2006
Samsung's UMA Phone (SGH-P200) Launched
Samsung launched Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) phone (model: SGH-P200) in Italian market. It is the world's first commercial mobile phone to which UMA technology is applied.

UMA is a next-generation fixed-mobile convergence technology standard which allows for seamless handover between cellular networks and fixed IP networks (hot spots). Handsets with UMA technology allow free voice and data communication both in mobile and fixed modes.

Samsung's UMA Phone (P200) allow free switching between cellular networks such as GSM, GPRS, EDGE and wireless LAN networks (WiFi), offering seamless connectivity.

The UMA phone thus has far greater mobility, compared to existing WiFi phones that can be used in a limited manner, only in hot spot areas.

For instance, with the UMA phone, high-speed large-capacity data communication or VoIP is possible though WiFi in places installed with hot spots such as at home and schools and in places without WiFi, the cellular network is used instead.

Samsung SGH-P200
Network: GSM / GRPS/EDGE UMA, WiFi (802.11 b/g)
Size: 95 x 44 x 22.5 mm
Weight: 95g
Memory: 80MB embedded
Camera: 1.3MP Camera with flash
Display: 1.9" 176x220 262K Color TFT
- Video Playing (MPEG4 / H.263)
- Music Player (MP3 / AAC / ACC+)
- SMS, EMS, MMS, Email
- Java MIDP 2.0
- Games
- Pictbridge, USB
- Document Viewer

The launch of Samsung's UMA phone will follow in other European countries soon.
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