Now if only we had a T-DMB service set up in North America, our lives would be complete (for a day or two, until they unleash some new toy for us to drool over). The good people over at the almighty FCC have said, “Meh, okay fine” to the Samsung SGH-P900 T-DMB mobile phone. Sure, the tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE-enabled phone is quite the looker already with its 2-megapixel camera and all, but the main appeal of this handset, of course, is its ability to rock the digital mobile TV.
The P900 takes on the conventional clamshell form factor with a simple external display and what appear to be external media controls, but when you flip the little beast open, you discover that the top half can be swivelled to reveal a landscape-oriented 2.2-inch color display. Other features include Bluetooth connectivity (of course) and a microSD expansion slot for additional tunes, pics, and all that good stuff.
No word on pricing or availability just yet, but we need a T-DMB service first anyways.