Less than two months after it first came out in stores, Samsung has already sold 100,000 units of its prized haptics touchscreen phone, the SCH-V890/SPH-V8900.
So it seems that a lot of people have been impressed by Samsung’s custom UI for the haptic phone, which allows drag and drop functionality over the files and the menu of the phone itself. And it looks like Samsung is gearing for something even bigger, preparing alternate color versions of the phone – one in white and another in pink.
If you’re familiar with the Samsung haptic phone’s awesome features, these sales figure should not come as a surprise to you. Here’s a quick rundown of the Samsung haptic phone’s features:
- 3.2-inch, 16:9 touchscreen
- 2 megapixel camera
- 12.1mm thin
- Bluetooth 2.0
- DMB TV tuner
- Support for widgets
- Haptic feedback
The pink version of the Samsung haptic phone has already been launched, while the white version is expected to hit stores next month.
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