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Thursday, 21 February 2008 16:06

Samsung i225 ACE phone hits U.S. retail

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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On Sprint Website

 

A few days ago, Samsung’s new smartphone model i325 ACE started selling on Sprint’s Website. It runs on Windows Mobile 6 Standard OS; its dimensions are 118 x 58 x 13mm and weighs 110 grams. It packs a 1,3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth and microSD slot supporting up to 2GB.

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The display is 2,3-inch with resolution of 320 x 240. This model is somewhat reminiscent of Samsung’s Blackjack series.

What’s really special about this device is dual-mode functionality. It will run on CMDA/EVDO in America and GSM/GPRS in roaming. Working frequencies are 800/1900MHz for CDMA networks and 900/1800MHz GSM for GSM networks.

If you sign a two-year contract with Sprint, this phone will set you back US$199.99.

Last modified on Friday, 22 February 2008 04:47
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