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Samsung Platine, the new innovating DJ music phone

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Here’s an interesting innovation by Samsung: the Platine, a new tactile mobile that pushes even further the capacities of a music phone.

published : Monday, February 23, 2009  by raphael 
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Samsung Platine, from a DJ point of view

Samsung did things on the grand scale and introduces its latest innovating concept: the Platine music phone. The Samsung Platine is indeed a music phone with a thin design (13.9 mm), it is play and had an ingenious and user-friendly interface. The application called "Platine DJ" and the ergonomic dedicated menu allow adding musical effects (sound effects, claps, percussions...) and sound effects (reverberation, loop, tempo change, echo) to tracks. From the tactile screen you can also customize your tracks by "scratching" them on the virtual turntable of the application, a new feature that reminds us of the Pacemaker DJ. Finally, thanks to the dedicated software, you can listen to sound via the built-in stereo speaker system then record it and use it again.
 

Samsung Platine, from a music phone point of view

Gifted with DNSe 2.0 technology, a Surround Stéréo 5.1 system (when listening via headphones) and an ICEpower Bang & Olufsen amplifier, the Platine M6710 mobile here reaches a new dimension in music. Besides, it has an "intelligent" equalizer that adjusts to the type of music you’re listening to, Rock, Jazz, or Hip Hop for example, which offers an enhanced and more natural sound according to the manufacturer. The connections have also been modified, from the 3.5 mm jack output to the mini-USB port in order to plug a microphone, synchronize data with a computer but also load the battery via the mini-USB loader. Finally the advanced Music menu, which can be accessed via a shortcut key, makes multi-criteria search, browsing and listening easier. It’s also worth noting that album sleeves are represented as CDs that you slide on the virtual turntable, a true tactile jukebox.
 

Samsung Platine, from a multimedia point of view

Beyond reading and editing music, the Samsung Platine is also a multimedia mobile, 3G+ compatible and equipped with a tactile AMOLED 2.8"-screen. It offers stereo Bluetooth 2.1, geo-tagging and geo-localization as well as a 3-megapixel camera with autofocus.

Main features of the Samsung Platine

  • Network: 3G+ / HSDPA (7.2 Mbps)
  • Quadri-band
  • Tactile AMOLED 2.8" screen, 16 million colors
  • Dimensions: 105 x.51 x13.9 mm
  • Advanced Music menu
  • Sound: DNSe 2.0
  • SRS 5.1ch
  • Icepower Bang&Olufsen amplifier
  • USB micro - 3.5 mm jack
  • Stereo 2.1 Bluetooth
  • Geo-tagging, Geo-localization
  • MP3, WMA, AAC, e-AAC+ with music recognition
  • FM radio with RDS
  • Video: MPEG4, WMV, DivX - 30 images/sec (640x480)
  • 3 Mpix photos, AF + LED Flash + digital zoom
  • Built-in 50MB storage + MicroSD
  • Mini-USB loader
  • Battery life: talk time 4h / standby 350h

Samsung Platine M6710: price and availability

The innovating Samsung Platine mobile is part of this new range along with the Platine M6710. It will be sold in France in April 2009. Its prise hasn’t been released so far, but more information and details will follow soon.


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