Samsung Vice – New QWERTY slider

samsung-vice-smallCanadian operator Bell has launched a new mobile phone Samsung Vice.  The device is equipped with a detachable QWERTY keyboard, which is convenient for writing SMS, e-mail, IM and more.

Samsung Vice works in CDMA EV-DO networks.  Available in blue/silver or white/red for the price of  $50,  but the conclusion of a three-year contract with the Operator Bell.

Samsung Vice Mobile Phone

Features of Samsung Vice:

• Network: CDMA EV-DO
• 2.2-inch display with 265K colors
• 2-megapixel camera
• MP3 player
• GPS support
• HTML browser
• E-mail, IM client
• Windows Live
• voice recorder
• Bluetooth 2.0 (profiles A2DP, HF, HS, DUN, OPP, FTP)
• 31 GB embedded memory;
• microSD slot cards (up to 8 GB);
• 3.5-mm audio connector.

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