The Samsung Cetus i917 was caught on tape recently during a Channel 9 "Inside Windows Phone" taping. Charles Kindel, Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 program manager, shows off the phone during the brief interview.
The Cetus is reported to have a 4", 800x480, AMOLED screen and looks really nice in the video. The Cetus is thin enough to be carried in your front pants pocket but does the phone looks small for a 4" screen?
While the appearance was brief, the video of the Cetus also reveals a home control system app that can control lights, thermostat settings and garage doors.
You can catch the full video excerpt featuring the Cetus after the break and the full, seventeen minute video of Channel 9's "Inside Windows Phone" video here.
George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
Hard to tell the size if the screen but then it all depends on the size of Charles hands doesn it? Not everyone has the same size hands, what may look big in one persons might look average or small in another persons hands. We really have nothing to compare it with side by side to get an idea of the screen size.
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