Today, it is the world of touch-screen mobile phones. The demand/production is increasing day in and day out and keeping the trend in mind Samsung has come up with its latest iPhone competitor i.e. Samsung’s Anycall Haptic (SCH-W420/SPH-W4200), Samsung said that the kind of touch sensitive technology it uses is unique and totally different from other touch screen devices.And with some other features like the new TouchWiz GUI, 2-megapixel camera, 3.2-inch WQVGA 16:9 widescreen display and full internet browser, it has also added Haptic feedback so that scrolling through a list, say, ‘clicks’ to gives a mental picture of how many items of the list have surpassed.
It uses 22 different vibrations to simulate actual feels and actions, depending on what you’re doing with the phone such as dialing a number, moving objects around or spinning a dial, or seeing a volume knob for the radio and reach to turn it. It just has three buttons in the bottom and mainly it works on the touch screen. But, this Samsung’s new invention can only become yours if you are a Korean or if you are presently living in Korea, because this handset is going to be introduced by Samsung in Korea only and yes ofcourse, The Anycall Haptic is available in South Korea for approximately $700-$800. So, now we can do one thing and that is hopefully, we can wait for Samsung to launch some of its outstanding creations here also.