At the Torino 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Italy, the most ubiquitous handset will be the new SGH-D600 mobile phone from Samsung Electronics. It was recently named the Olympic Games Phone, and about 8,000 units will be provided to Torino Games' officials and staff. An updated GPRS version of Samsung's D500 series, the SGH-D600 slider phone weighs 99 grams and measures 96 x 46.5 x 21.5mm. It comes with a 2-megapixel camera with flash, television-output support, video wallpaper, video-caller identification, and voice recognition with supporting functions for video messaging. Advanced data-related capabilities include e-mail, Bluetooth, Universal Serial Bus and PictBridge technology, which enables users to transfer images from the phone's memory card directly to a compatible printer.