The S5500E is a slider made out of recycled materials and packaged in recycled paper. It also has an alarm that lets you know when the phone’s battery is fully charged – this way, you know when exactly to unplug its charger, thus saving energy.
Feature-wise, Samsung S5500E Lydford comes with a 2.2 inch QVGA display, HSDPA connectivity, and a 3MP camera.
The price and release date of Samsung S5500 are not known at the moment.
A funny thing that I’ve discovered: Lydford and Corby are names of an English village and an English town, respectively. Which makes me wonder: how does Samsung choose the names of its new phones? Did they hire someone to point randomly to a map and just pick up the names they point at?
Via GSM Help Desk
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