T-Mobile USA Launches the Samsung Behold II on November 18

Samsung-Behold-II-sgh-t939T-Mobile USA, Inc. and Samsung today announced that the Samsung Behold II will be available beginning Nov. 18 in the United States. The full touch-screen Android -powered smartphones Behold II feature a 3.2-inch AMOLED screen, 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, zoom, flash, five shooting modes and video capabilities, visual voicemail, MP3 player, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.1 and 2GB microSD memory card..

The Android-powered phone is equipped with Samsung’s innovative TouchWiz™ user interface for easy customization through movable widgets and one-touch access to commonly used features and applications.

Samsung Behold II (SGH-t9391)

“With its first-rate multimedia capabilities front and center, the Samsung Behold II adds an exclamation point to T-Mobile’s already impressive Android lineup for the holidays,” said Wendy Piñero-DePencier, vice president, brand and calendar marketing, T-Mobile USA. “The combination of 3G speeds, its high-resolution touch-screen, and access to loads of entertainment features is sure to make the Behold II into a holiday hit.”

The Behold II also features built-in Google™ mobile services, including Google Search™, Google Maps™, Gmail™, YouTube and Google Talk™, as well as thousands of applications and games available for download from Android Market.

Source: Samsung

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