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Samsung Shows Off Svelte New Smartphone

January 6, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechWebNews

A couple of weeks ago, talk surfaced of a super-thin and super-bright phone in the works from LG. Despite whatever happens with the so-called “LG B,” it won’t be the only handset around with a bright smile and the thin waistline.

At Samsung’s CES event Wednesday, Omar Khan, CSO of Samsung Telecommunications America, whipped out the Infuse 4G, what he called “the thinnest phone in the AT&T (NYSE: T) portfolio.” That would mean it’s slimmer than the iPhone 4, which itself boasted the thinnest form factor around when it was launched last summer.

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