Samsung Mobile USA has just announced two new feature phones, one for AT&T (Samsung Evergreen a667) and one for Sprint (Samsung M360).
The Evergreen a667 for AT&T is an eco-friendly QWERTY slider that will be available starting November 7 for $29.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate (2-yr contract agreement and a monthly plan of at least $20 are required).
The handset is 70% made out of recycled post-consumer plastics, while 80% of its packaging contains recycled post-consumer paper. Its features include 3G, a 2.4 inch display, AT&T Navigator, stereo Bluetooth, and a 2MP camera with video recording.
Sprint’s Samsung M360 is a simple clamshell that’s available as of now for free with a new 2-yr contract agreement, or $209.99 sans contract.
The Samsung M360 features a QVGA internal display, 128 x 128 pixels external screen, voice dialing, Sprint Family Locator, 3.5mm headset jack, web browser, threaded messaging, and a 1.3MP camera. It can be bought online here.
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