Even though UMA technology, which allows you to seamlessly switch between Wi-Fi and GSM networks, was introduced almost two years ago , it didn’t really become mainstream yet.
There are very few UMA phones available and very few carriers support the technology. One notable exception here is Orange France, which is already offering the service under the brand “unik“.
And today Orange gets a new, cheap and elegant Samsung SGH-P180 phone for it’s unik service.
Samsung P180 UMA phone is a thinÂ 2.5G clamshell phone with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity that can easily switch between GSM and Wi-Fi network even while you are talking on the phone.
The specs for UMA Samsung SGH-P180 include:
- Triband GSM (900/1800/1900) EDGE/GPRS, UMA (Wi-Fi) connectivity
- 2″ 65K Color, 128×16 px TFT display
- 1″ 96×96. monocrome STN external display
- VGA camera
- mp3 player
- 15 MB of user memory
- Dimensions: 90x47x19.9 mm
- Weight: 93gr
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