Running on Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard, Samsung Jack is both slim and lightweight.
It comes with a full QWERTY keyboard (like all the BlackJack handsets) and advanced messaging capabilities, including: instant messaging, multiple email accounts, Microsoft Office Outlook Mobile, AT&T Xpress Mail or Microsoft Direct Push.
Another good news is that the smartphone is upgradeable to Windows Mobile 6.5.
Samsung Jack’s full list of features and specs includes:
- QVGA display
- 3G connectivity
- aGPS, AT&T Navigator
- AT&T Mobile Music
- Cellular Video
- Stereo Bluetooth
- 256 MB RAM
- 3.2MP camera with video recording
- MicroSDHC card support, up to 16GB
AT&T will start selling the new Samsung Jack on May 19, for as low as $99.99 (2-yr contract agreement required).
Until you get the chance to check out the handset for yourself, you can watch this video, showing it next to the old BlackJack I and II:
Via Press release
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