Samsung is to release two new mobile phones into European territories that will have the capability to hold dual SIM cards.
The first device, the B5722, is based upon quad-band GSM / EDGE connectivity and arrives with a 2.8in QVGA display packing in 262k colours. Adding a TouchWiz Lite 1.0 user interface plus access to social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace, entertainment arrives on the back of a MP3 player and FM Radio. Bluetooth is present for wireless connections of accessories and a 3.2-megapixel camera is featured too. A microSD card slot is also included with a capacity of 8GB, according to the GSM Arena website.
The Samsung C6112 is based on a slider chassis and also features quad-band GSM / EDGE connectivity. Offering a slightly smaller 2.4in screen, the handset includes a music player, FM radio with RDS, Bluetooth and a 2-megapixel camera plus a microSD card slot with a 8GB capacity.
No prices or final distribution have been mooted but expect a December release in Europe.
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