Samsung has unveiled the S3500, a new entry-level mobile phone planned for a Europe-wide release.
Measuring 99.9x48x13.9mm, the new phone is a quad-band handset supporting GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900MHz. The screen supports QVGA resolution, whilst reports say that a built-in camera is included.
However, the specification of the camera is fairly basic at just 2 megapixels. Entertainment is supplied by an FM radio and a music player, and Bluetooth enables you to wirelessly attach accessories at short range. A USB port allows you to plug the phone into other boxes such as a PC, according to the Unwired website.
Other features include a WAP browser, email, 35MB of memory and a microSD card slot to increase that memory. However, the maximum limit is currently unknown.
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