Welcome the Samsung Jack™ to Samsung’s Smartphone Portfolio

samsung-jackThe Samsung JackTM, the successor the award-winning BlackJackTM and BlackJack IITM, will hit AT&T shelves on May 19th.

The BlackJack series has been the number one selling franchise in Windows Mobile history and the Jack is the next generation Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone. Available exclusively to AT&T customers in the U.S and powered by the nation’s fastest 3G network, this sleek and compact handset features an optimized keyboard for easy and accurate messaging, including SMS, instant messaging and access to multiple e-mail accounts.

Samsung Jack

Microsoft Office Outlook Mobile on the Jack keeps enterprise and small business customers connected with synchronization of schedules and contacts, Internet Explorer Mobile provides improved quick and easy Web browsing and Office Mobile enhances productivity with the ability to manage Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents. The Jack will also be upgradable to Windows Mobile 6.5.

Additional key features of the Jack include 256 MB RAM, a 3.2 megapixel camera with video-capture capabilities, Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) to connect with home or office networks, and built-in aGPS for use with AT&T Navigator, AT&T Navigator Global Edition and other GPS-based applications for personal and business use.

Source: Samsung

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