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Mark Peters : May 19th 2010 - 16:20 CET
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SamsungSamsung Seek Sprint mobile phone : Sprint and Samsung Mobile, the number one mobile phone provider in the United States, announced immediate availability of Samsung Seek, an affordable and compact messaging phone featuring a QWERTY keyboard, intuitive touchscreen and the speed of Sprint’s 3G network. Customers can express their individual style with three color options and an easy-to-use, customizable menu system that provides instant access to their favourite features and software applications. With the launch of Samsung Seek, Sprint & Samsung are the first in the US to trial a recycling solution that enables customers to reuse the packaging to ship old phones, batteries, accessories with a postage-paid paper mailing label.

Samsung Seek Smartphone

Samsung Seek Smartphone
Customers who purchase the Cool Blue or Fantasy Pink Samsung Seek cell phone can use the label and box to repackage their old equipment for recycling in less than one minute and at no charge. Sprint mobile will recycle both the equipment and the box. To compare the performance of this new solution, the Scarlet Red Samsung Seek handset will contain the traditional postage-paid envelope made of LDPE #4 recyclable plastic for customers to recycle their old mobile phone.

Samsung Seek

Samsung Seek Sprint mobile phone
“Sprint is committed to environmental sustainability and product responsibility, ”said Kevin Packingham, Sprint senior vice president-Product Development. “Each time customers use the postage-paid mailing label with the box to recycle an old cell phone, they are helping keep electronic and packaging waste out of landfills and support Internet safety for kids. All net proceeds from the sale of recycled equipment collected will be used to fund and promote 4NetSafety, a charitable program of Sprint Project Connect.”

Samsung Seek

Samsung Seek
The new Samsung Seek phone provides convenient messaging features, including threaded text messaging, picture messaging, instant messaging and quick shortcuts to popular social networking applications such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. The Samsung Seek Smartphone also makes multitasking simple. Customers can listen to their favourite music while surfing the internet, playing mobile games or checking e-mail.

Seek

Samsung Seek features
Features of the new Samsung Seek include a 1.3 megapixel digital camera, expandable memory with microSD memory card (supports up to 32GB) and Sprint Family Locator. Customers don’t have to wait for technology to catch up with their lives; Sprint provides advanced technology so they can get what they want, now! The Now Network is about matching human needs with technology to give people the wireless experience they want.

Samsung Seek cell phone

Samsung Seek cell phone functions
“The Samsung Seek cell phone offers Sprint customers the best messaging features and multimedia favourites in a compact and stylish design,” said Omar Khan, chief strategy officer for Samsung Mobile. “The Samsung Seek Smartphone provides easy customization and quick access to favourite software applications and functions, and features prepaid recyclable packaging that makes mailing your old mobile phone to be recycled simple and convenient.”

Samsung Seek review

Samsung Seek review & price information
The Samsung Seek mobile phone is now available in Cool Blue and Scarlet Red in all Sprint retail channels, including online and Telesales (1-800-SPRINT1) for $29.99 with a new two-year service agreement, after a $50 mail-in rebate. The Samsung Seek will be available in Fantasy Pink beginning June 6. As soon as we receive a Samsung Seek test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Samsung Seek review.
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