Get set for the Samsung Adidas phone

Back in 2005 Siemens mobile (remember them?) were showing off a modded SX2 prototype, dubbed the Runster, which could change tracks in response to you

Back in 2005 Siemens mobile (remember them?) were showing off a modded SX2 prototype, dubbed the Runster, which could change tracks in response to your heartbeat. Now it seems it could be about to become reality – albeit from the Koreans rather than the Germans.Word on the jogger-clogged streets is that Samsung's working with Adidas – maker of the Adidas_1 intelligent trainer (pictured) – to create a sports mad mobile.The so-called SGH-F110 would get a heart rate monitor linked to the built-in MP3 player – just as the Runster did – bringing the possibility of Nike+ style power tracks whenever the old ticker drops below optimum training pace.According to the rumours it'll also feature a calorie counter and a step counter, so you'll be able to see just how far you travelled burning off that last Mars Bar.All we've seen so far is a suspiciously rendered 'photo' of the handset showing an all-black slider with a glowing blue Samsung and Adidas logo above and below the screen.Sadly, whether it's true or not, it'll still be arriving too late to get our bodies 'beach fit'. Maybe next year.Essentials Samsung SGH-F110 Price: £TBA On sale: TBA Contact: Samsung Related stories: Samsung G600 joins the 5MP camphone club All Nike runners to get Nano technology Reviewed: Adidas_1