The Samsung B7722 has been officially introduced in Sweden, where it should be available starting this month for 4,000 SEK (about €418 or $505).
The B7722 is Samsung’s first dual SIM phone to feature 3G connectivity, although only one of its SIM cards works on 3G frequencies, the other one using GSM/GPRS/EDGE bands only.
The new handset also comes with a 3.2 inch touchscreen display, TouchWiz UI, Wi-Fi, stereo Bluetooth, 5MP camera with LED flash, and 200MB of internal memory, expandable via a MicroSD card slot.
A nice surprise is the fact that the B7722 looks better than the B7702 (the handset’s version made for China Mobile):
It’s also surprising that Samsung announced the B7722 in Sweden first, as these kinds of phones (dual SIM) usually go to East-European and Asian markets.
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