Samsung Champ Cheap touchscreen phone

Samsung announced a new touch screen phone aimed in younger users and affordable price and will be available globally in Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, Asia and Europe starting in June.

The Samsung Champ (GT-C3300K) has a compact design with curved form factor and comfortable grip and variety of colors: deep black, espresso brown, sweet pink or chic white. It has 2.4 inches (240×320 pixels) QVGA touchscreen display, Bluetooth 2.1, 1.3 megapixel camera, 3.5mm headphone jack, dual speaker, and microSD card support. Features TouchWiz Lite user interface with multiple home screen pages and also comes with comes a headset and travel adapter.

Samsung Champ (GT-C3300K)

“With the launch of the Samsung Champ, we will strengthen our leadership within the overall touch screen handset category. The Champ is a perfect option for mobile users who want to snap up a full touch phone for the first time. We expect that the Samsung Champ will follow the success of the Star (model: GT-S5230) which achieved high sales volume at an affordable price point over the past year,” said Younghee Lee, Vice President of Mobile Marketing, Samsung Electronics.

Samsung Champ (GT-C3300K)

Samsung Champ (GT-C3300K)

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