Samsung Monte (S5620) with TouchWiz 2.0 Plus UI

Samsung Monte S5620, a new new full touch screen phone for “style-conscious mobile users” has been launched yesterday.

Monte comes equipped with a 3.0-inch WQVGA LCD screen with 16:9 viewing, TouchWiz 2.0 Plus User Interface (UI), social network capabilities, advanced Twitter and Bebo widgets,  HSDPA connectivity,  full Internet browsing,  Wi-Fi, GPS, Google Latitude, Exchange ActiveSync and  Google Sync. It also boasts a 3.2-megapixel camera with  features including smile shot, panorama shot and face detection.

Samsung Monte (S5620)



“Samsung Monte is designed for those who appreciate beautiful design and outstanding performance at affordable price,” said JK Shin, president and head of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics. “The phone offers a compelling set of features, such as the native social networking applications, with an intelligent User Interface, design and connectivity options to provide users with the performance they demand.”

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