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Mark Peters : April 23th 2010 - 16:00 CET
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SamsungSamsung S3370 mobile phone : During TeleVision 2010, a two-day annual event in the Netherlands where suppliers, providers, telecom manufacturers and dealers meet, there is always something new to be discovered. However, this year proved to be a disappointment. We did, however, run into an unknown Samsung touch smartphone, the Samsung S3370. It’s not a very high-level or innovative phone, but a model directed at the lower end of the market. The Samsung S3370 is a entry level model with several multimedia features, but with pretty basic functionality. For example, the camera only has a 1.3 Megapixel sensor (are they still making these?) and there is no built-in flash.

S3370

Samsung S3370 entry-level phone
The Samsung S3370 mobile phone does support the 3G network so that the owner of this entry-level model can enjoy relatively fast communication. Of course the Samsung S3370 has the necessary social media activities. The Samsung S3370 phone dimensions are fairly compact. The weight of 86 grams is not exactly heavy. The Samsung S3370’s display has a 2.6-inch format and is expected to have microSD/SDHC flash memory support.

Samsung S3370

Samsung S3370 phone with 2.6" touchscreen
Other features of the Samsung S3370 touchscreen mobile phone are GPRS, Bluetooth, an MP3 player and an FM radio. The information about the Samsung S3370 smartphone is still a bit scarce, but we expect that this Samsung pre-paid phone will be made available to the Dutch market at some point in May or June. The Samsung S3370 mobile phone will properly become available at a price of about 100 Euros, but this has not yet been officially confirmed by Samsung. We will have to await the official introduction of the Samsung S3370.




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