Samsung Beat DJ Video
Samsung Beat DJ Video Transcript
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>> Hi, I'm Kent German, senior editor at CNET.com, and here at the GSNA World Conference in Barcelona. Want to show you another Samsung phone. This is the Samsung Beat DJ. Does have a new stream design, you can see it's rounded here on the ends. Pretty unusual on that sense. Also has a nice blue purpleish color here on the side, pretty interesting design, definitely stands out. Now the DJ name comes from a special interface that Samsung's introducing on a couple phones. You can see how the [inaudible] interface, it sort of matches the edges. You can scan through a song, you can use this interface to go backwards and forwards on your play list, you can see the play button right there. It also has some DJ effects on it as well, so if you're a DJ, you can do things like a scratch effect, and all these different DJ effects that are pretty cool. It is a three megapixel camera. You can see there's sort of a triad effect here on the back, with a flash, a lens, and a self portrait mirror, so the camera comes pretty full equipped. But really this phone is about music, and that DJ interface is pretty unique. And so it's something I look forward to seeing. [ background music ] I'm Kent German, and this is the Samsung Beat DJ. [ music ]
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