Samsung's TV on the go
Samsung publicized the P930 through a local newspaper ad, though I have yet to find a feature on Samsung's local website. The Samsung P930 is one of the few DVB-H/Mobile TV handsets available in the world, with Nokia yet to release one locally. It boasts of a unique slide and swivel feature for the display and an external antenna that picks up broadcast signals (and stares from people clueless to what you are holding). What's unique about this phone is its Mobile TV feature. But unless the local telco firms roll out this service, you won’t be able to watch TV on your phone anytime soon. Looking at the good side, I find that the slide and swivel function of the P930 is a head-turner in itself (but serves little purpose if you’re not watching TV on it). But hey, you might get lucky and catch some free DVB-H signals while it’s still on test broadcast. For more info on Mobile TV, grab Mobile Philippines' July-August issue now!
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