According to The Korea Herald, Three of Samsung Electronics Co.’s mobile phones made it into the Guinness Book of World Records.
i) The Ultra Edition 5.9, which is only 5.9 millimeters thick, or less than 0.2 inches, has been named the world’s thinnest phone.
ii) The Ultra Edition 8.4 was included in the book in as the world’s thinnest 3G phone.
iii) Samsung’s 10-megapixel camera phone has been picked by The Guinness Book as the world’s highest megapixel mobile phone.
With the three new entries, Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest electronics manufacturer, holds four Guinness Book world records in the mobile phone sector. The company’s TV phone made its entry to the Guinness World Records in 2001.
A life-sized photo of the Ultra Edition 5.9 will be included in the 2008 edition of the Guinness Book to emphasize the thinness of the record-setting phone, the company said.
The Guinness Book of World Records is published annually and contains an internationally recognized collection of world records. The book itself holds a world record as the best-selling copyrighted series of books ever.
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