Samsung QWERTY smartphone launches on Voda

What with Samsung's recent hero handset launches - first ever hi-def video cam phone, another one packing a whopping 800Mhz CPU - it'd be easy to forget they also do a pretty business-like line of QWERTY smartphones too.

 

But here you go - according to Mobile Burn, the mid-range C6625 is the latest, launching on Vodafone with a set of nicely work-related specs. It's a slimline candybar with full QWERTY keyboard, powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 and hence dead easy to sync with all things Microsoft Outlook - email, appointments and address book.

 

It also supports Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents, and comes with Internet Explorer.

 

Other specs iynclude HSDPA support, Bluetooth a 2.6-inch TFT screen, two-megapixel camera, and a microSD slot to beef up the meager 150MB of internal memory.

 

No details on pricing or exact launch date.

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