As Apple continues to delay the rollout of the iPhone in Asia, the area's largest players are hard at work making sure Steve Jobs' crown jewel will never gain a firm foothold in the East. The latest candidate capable of killing the iPhone's chances in Korea is Samsung's Anycall Haptic SPH-W4200. The phone's touch screen interface ups the ante on the iPhone by providing haptic feedback during certain operations, thus offering the user a more natural/analog experience. The device also features a 2 megapixel camera, a 3.2-inch screen, Bluetooth 2.0, and an HTML browser. The Anycall Haptic SPH-W4200 is set to go on sale for about $800 (Korea only). Check out footage of the Anycall in action here.
Via Korea Times