AT&T will soon introduce another one of those many touchscreen + QWERTY feature phones that promise to offer “the best from both worlds”: the Samsung Flight II (A927).
Unlike the first Samsung Flight (currently available for free on contract), the Flight II comes with a landscape QWERTY keyboard, not a portrait one – which could mean the first Flight was a failed experiment (the keys on its keyboard may have been too small to be practical).
Anyway, the new phone features a 240 x 400 pixels TFT touchscreen display, TouchWiz UI, mobile TV, AT&T Navigator, HTML browser, 2MP camera, 512MB of on-board memory, and MicroSD card support (up to 16GB).
The Flight II A927 has appeared at Samsung USA’s official website, although it wasn’t properly announced. It shouldn’t cost more than $100 on contract when launched.
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