Samsung Shows Off "World's First" Hard Drive Phone

Unveiled yesterday in Japan, Samsung has shown what it claims is the world's first mobile phone that incorporates a hard drive.

The SPH-V5400 includes 1.5GB of hard disk storage as well as an FM radio, 64-voice polyphonic ringtone support, a 240 x 320 display and TV output preparing the way for the day when mobiles incorporate Microsoft Portable Media Center-style functionality.

When the SPH-V5400 goes on sale in South Korea later this month, it will retail for around $800.

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