If you’re tired of all the hype that manufacturer are trying to put into their newest cellphone models nowadays, I’m sure you’ll appreciate Samsung’s new Anycall CC303, a simplistic candy bar type handset offering pretty much nothing more than the basic features of a phone. And when I say basic, I mean back to the grass roots, small screened, numeric keypad equipped and not even tri-band kind of basic. And it’s only $65, but heck, a lot of people will surely pay for something so simple as this, given all the buzz in high technology today.
The Samsung Anycall CC303 is small (4.07 x 1.73 x 0.58 inches), but at 14.9mm it’s hard to call it a wafer-thin handset. It comes with a simple and easy to navigate keypad which offers large enough keys. It has a dual band GSM antenna, CSTN display, speakerphone and SMS functionality plus a 750 mAh Li-Ion battery that will give you up to 2.8 hours on a call, give or take.
This new handset is already available in Hong Kong right now, like the Anycall J708], but there is no word on local availability just yet. Too bad, this would have been a nice back up phone during this year’s summer.
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