Samsung has launched in Japan a new cell phone model, SPH-V5400, that could be the first mobile phone to include a hard drive. As was to be expected the gadget doesn't come cheap with an estimated retail price of $800, the device comes equipped with a 1.5GB hard drive with a one-inch diameter, as well as two LCD screens of 320x240 pixels (primary) and 128x128 pixels.

According to this report, the device's hard drive can be used to store photos and digital music but it would seem like there's no music-playing software bundled with the phone.