Furthermore, the S7550 Blue Earth now actually works, as Samsung installed its TouchWiz interface on it.
As previously reported, the phone comes with a solar panel on the back, and an energy-efficient charger (for the days when there’s no sun outside). The handset is manufactured without Beryllium, Phthalate or Brominated Flame Retardants (which are harmful substances).
Mail.ru has a set of live pictures of the S7550, as well as a video:
There’s still no word on when and for what price the Samsung S7550 Blue Earth will be launched, although we’ll probably see it on the market before the end of 2009.
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