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But we'd recommend giving it a good try before deciding whether it works for you.

Quality headphones There's no dual-slider like Nokia's N95 design, but the numberpad used on the i8510 is excellent – it's chunky, but there's bags of room and keys are well defined for responsive to the touch tapping.

But maybe Samsung will also make a NAM (North American) 3G version of the handset, to keep everyone happy.

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The new 8 Megapixel Samsung smartphone, called i8510 and unofficially unveiled about two weeks ago, is now confirmed by Samsung, together with all the awesome features rumored to be packed in it.

The South Korean company has presented the i8510 at an event held in New York and it has also released press-photos with the handset.

The i8510 brings the following features: a 2.8 inch TFT display with 16 million colors and 240 x 320 pixels (pretty much like the display of Nokia N95 8GB), an 8 Megapixel camera with auto focus, image stabilizer, face detection, flash, geotagging and video recording (QVGA at 120fps or VGA at 30fps), internal GPS, Wi-Fi, accelerometer, TV out, Div X compatibility, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, Music and Video players, Web browser, email, pre-installed 3D games (Asphalt and FIFA 08), micro SD card slot (to expand the 8GB/16GB built-in memory) and a 1200 m Ah battery - all in a slider case that, when closed, measures 106.5 x 53.9 x 16.9 millimeters (4.19 x 2.12 x 0.66 inches).

The new Samsung runs on Symbian S60 3rd Edition, being the first S60 smartphone to pack an 8 Megapixel camera.

Chunky design On top of its S60 smartphone functionality, the Samsung i8510 gives a design nod to the N95 8GB, with similarly chunky bodywork and a larger than average screen.

The phone's 2.8inch QVGA (240x320 pixels) 16 million-colour display provides good screen real estate for inspecting images, viewing video and browsing the web.

Tap into any of these, or press the main menu buttons, and you're taken into a conventional Symbian phone environment of extensive menus with multiple options.

Touch sensitive trackpad The control panel under the display is based around a navigation D-pad, with twin softkeys, call and end buttons, plus chrome main menu and gallery keys.

Its extensive multimedia facilities – including music and video player – are backed up by large onboard storage capacity too; the phone comes in both 8GB and 16GB versions, while high capacity Micro SDHC cards up to 16GB can be used in the handset.

Samsung also makes use of the S60's smartphone flexibility by stuffing in a decent selection of additional web-based applications, including a package of Google features including Google Maps, a Fring Vo IP and IM client, plus content sharing and social networking apps like Shozu and Gy PSii.

It's an HSDPA-enabled 3G handset, offering mobile data rates of up to 7.2Mbps, and complements this high-speed mobile connectivity with Wi-Fi support.

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