Friday, September 11, 2009
New Colours of hTC Hero A6262
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Sunday, September 06, 2009
Samsung is known to have his feet deep inside the dual-SIM market to best suit the customers. Starting from their D-series ( D780 Duos, D880 …), they have launched several devices to put two phones in one with almost no compromise in terms of usability and telephony. Here comes another new dual-SIM bar from Samsung, C5212 for showing the business and its top skill which is well tucked under the battery. And, it’s going to be the most affordable dual SIM-enabled handset by Samsung.
What’s including? The phone, a battery, a charger, a data cable, a handsfree set and user’s guide.
The C5212 is just a rehash of its original dual-SIM bar D780. The classic bar with subtly rounded edges and feels compact. Actually, it is comfortable to handle.
The keypad is a joy to use. Large keys with D-pad and they have excellent touch orientation and press feedback.
The right side, we have the dual-SIM key and the camera key.
And turn to the left side, we have the connectivity port which is used for plugging the charger, data cable and headset. The volume rocker is just positioned higher on the same side.
At the back, there is the 1.3MP camera lens with self-portrait mirror. (That’s why it is with excruciatingly low price tag.)
Removed the battery to reveal the microSD card slot and the two SIM compartments.
The C5212 proves that Samsung has a pretty good idea of how a true dual SIM phone should look and act like. It is very convenience for those using both a personal and a business number on a single handset, saving money by combining two different plans or network carriers, or regularly using local prepaid cards on business trips. For sure, it is a kind of demand in the market. Classic bar design with comfortable controls and a basic but practical set of features with attractive price tag. Unfortunately, it’s only certain parts of the world can have this latest dual-SIM baby as it is Dualband with no 3G, no Wi-Fi.
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