Tuesday 20 September 2011

Samsung launches low-budget 3G phones

Samsung Electronics have announced the launch of the Champ 3.5G (S3770), Chat 527 (S5270) and Primo (S5610) 3G handsets across the touch, QWERTY and bar-type formats.

The Samsung Champ 3.5G has a 7.1cm touch screen with easy access to mobile applications and business-related features. The phone comes with a 2 megapixel rear camera, 30 MB of internal memory, and a 1000 mAh battery. Samsung has also included its ‘SoundAlive’ feature that boasts of a better music experience. The phone offers connectivity to various social networking sites with native Facebook & Twitter Apps. Along with Wi-Fi, the phone will have 16GB expandable memory support, video calling capability with a front camera, and Push e-mail with ActiveSync. The Champ 3.5G (S3770) is priced at Rs. 5,590.

The Samsung Chat 527 (S5270) features an optical track pad and is a device suited for heavy texting, mails, chatting, multimedia and people having an active online social life. The phone comes in a metal design with a 6.1cm display, a QWERTY keypad and other features including an MP3 player, FM radio, native Facebook and Twitter apps and IM services like Yahoo!, MSN, GTalk & Facebook Chat. Push e-mail is available through the ActiveSync application embedded in the phone and its external memory can be expanded up to 16GB. It comes with a 1000mAh battery and has video calling capabilities. The Samsung Chat 527 (S5270) is priced at Rs 5,930.

The Samsung Primo (S5610) has a bar form factor and sports a 6.1cm (2.4-inch) TFT display, a 5 MP camera with flash and a front facing VGA camera. As far as connectivity is concerned, it has built-in Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. The Primo, Samsung adds comes with 16GB expandable memory, as well as includes all the social networking & messaging features that the above 3G phones have. The Samsung Primo is priced at Rs. 6590.

With the launch of these phones, Samsung’s 3G portfolio now consists of 13 models in the range of Rs. 3400 and Rs. 32,890.

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