Samsung Electronics has just unveiled the world’s first HSUPA phone in it’s SCH-M470 handset. This phone has a slider form which makes the phone look more like a contender for the executive user segment rather than the teeny-weeny crowd. The main standout feature of this phone is it’s HSUPA. HSUPA, an acronym for high speed uplink packet access basically offers very high speed internet bandwidth of 2 Mbps on the M470, and this is not too dissimilar to the HSDPA technology that most 3G phones sport. And if you thought 2 Mbps is fast, this technology can be scaled up to a scaldingly quick, 5.76 Mbps. To fully exploit all that internet bandwidth, you have a WiFi for internet on the move, push email and even Google search on the SCH M-470. And, apart from all the usual calling and messaging functions, the phone also sports a 2 megapixel camera and stereo Bluetooth. This phone sells for an expensive $600. Now, if only the mobile service providers could provide internet speeds of 2Mbps.