Press release

16 June 2005

Samsung Debuts PowerVR MBX Enabled Phone

Imagination Technologies is pleased to report that Samsung has launched the Samsung SPH-M7000 mobile phone featuring Intel’s 2700G (aka “”Marathon””) multimedia accelerator which incorporates a PowerVR MBX graphics core and PowerVR video acceleration and display processing cores from Imagination Technologies.

SPH-M7000 is being demonstrated this week at the CommunicAsia 2005 show. It features Windows Mobile for Pocket PC, the Intel PXA 272 Bulverde processor (520Mhz) and the Intel Marathon graphic accelerator delivering 1M Polygon-per-second 3D game support.

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