Samsung’s latest high-end Symbian S60 smartphone, the i7110, was officially presented last month, but without any pricing info.
Now its retail price has been unveiled and it’s not at all good news. As it’s said in the article’s title, Samsung i7110 will be sold for €499, in Germany at least. That’s $625, and I’m not sure about how many customers will want to buy the handset for this kind of money. Not that Nokia’s Nseries smartphones are cheaper, but I’m just saying.
Anyway, the i7110 might be better than many of Nokia’s S60 products. That’s because, among its features, there’s a 2.6 inches QVGA AMOLED display, optical mouse, Wi-Fi with DLNA, internal GPS, a 5MP autofocus camera, TV out and so on.
The new Samsung candybar will be on sale in Germany starting December, under the official name of Samsung i7110 Pilot. Other European countries should get the smartphone at about the same time.
Here is a video presentation of Samsung i7110.
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