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Samsung AnyCall Haptic with 22 types of touch

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Samsung AnyCall Haptic
Samsung is jumping in the market joining the ranks of LG, Apple and others who have put out mobile phones featuring a touchscreen interface with the new AnyCall Haptic SCH-W420 mobile phone. Touchscreens have been all the rage for the past year or so, and already there are enough that companies have to come out with some unique features to help one stand out from the other.

To the AnyCall Haptic, Samsung has added some vibrating tactile feedback to the touchscreen. In fact, they’ve added 22 different types of feedback to your fingers from the screen, depending on what you’re doing with the phone such as dialing a number, moving objects around or spinning a dial. Whether or not your fingers are able to distinguish between 22 different type of vibrations is another story, but at least some feedback helps quite a bit if you’ve every tried to quickly dial a number on a flat touchscreen.

In case you were wondering, the name ‘Haptic‘ is actually derived from a Greek word which means “pertaining to touch”. The AnyCall Haptic phone is set to launch in South Korea only at this point, but could possibly make its way stateside later on, but hopefully for a more reasonable price. South Korea will see it next month with a price tag equivalent of around $800. It also features 3.2-inch widescreen, 2-megapixel camera, Internet browser, Bluetooth and a terrestrial digital TV tuner.

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