Samsung Monte S5620 officially announced, no Bada OS on this one
The Samsung Monte S5620 (seen in some leaked photos not long ago) has just been officially announced, and it’s presented by Samsung as an affordable “full touch screen device for style-conscious mobile users.”
The Monte S5620 runs TouchWiz 2.0 Plus UI (not Bada OS) and offers a set of multimedia features, as well as social networking integration – access to Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and Bebo.
The new phone comes with HSDPA connectivity, a 3 inch WQVGA touchscreen display (“with 16:9 landscape viewing”), Wi-Fi, GPS, Google Latitude, Google Sync, Exchange ActiveSync, full Internet browser, and a 3.2MP camera with face detection, smile shot and panorama shot.
Samsung will showcase the Monte S5620 at MWC 2010, where its first Bada phone should also be unveiled.
Via Korea News Wire