Today Samsung officially confirmed the Samsung G600 - its latest 3G cameraphone armed with an impressive 5 megapixel camera. According to the manufacturer, it should be the slimmest slider of its class with only 14,9 mm.
The rumor about the Samsung G600 actually went off a week ago after the handset was spotted at the American FCC website.
The Samsung G600 features Bluetooth v2.0, a FM radio with RDS, USB 2.0 support and a microSD slot. The G600's TFT display measures good 2.3" and boasts QVGA (320 x 240 pixels) resolution.
Five megapixel cameraphones are no longer something revolutionary, but still, the announcements of such handsets will remain trailing news. LG already have their KG920, Nokia have the N95, and soon Sony Ericsson will offer K850. Obviously Samsung doesn't intend to lag behind.
The Samsung G600 should first ship in Europe, but the exact release date is still unknown - so is its pricing.