Samsung has taken style and steel and combined the best of both worlds to bring mobile users this, the Samsung Steel.
A slider phone with brushed metal surfaces and a navpad that looks quite similar to the interactive one found on the Samsung Soul, there is little known on the phone as of yet but these are the details so far.
The Steel does not have as much functionality as its Soul counterpart, although it does have a very respectable 2.2-inch display that is perfect for displaying images or playing video.
The Steel has definitely strengthened the Vodafone lineup, operating over tri-band GSM/GPRS/Edge and HSDPA under the hood, and a microSD card slot providing the user up to 8GB of storage. The phone also has a DAB receiver inside which allows users to tune into high quality digital radio stations, with Bluetooth connectivity also offered.
We do know that the phone is to go on sale in June, but as for the concrete specs, in particular the multimedia capabilities and pricing, Samsung has said very little.
We will definitely keep our eyes open for any more information on the Steel that Samsung has hammered out for Vodafone, and let you know more details when they become available to us.
Via: Register Hardware
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