Samsung Intrepid - New QWERTY Smartphone for Sprint to Windows Mobile 6.5 with support for 3G networks

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

North American mobile operator Sprint and Samsung Mobile company unveiled a new smartphone Samsung Intrepid-based operating system Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional with built-in QWERTY keyboard and supports 3G operator's network (EV-DO Rev. A), as well as the opportunity to work in such networks in roaming.

According to the manufacturer, its novelty is different from previous models for the better, especially the new features of the new operating system, among them - a customizable Today screen, allowing the user to obtain access to frequently used functions and information such as e-mail messages, SMS , missed calls and calendar events. In addition, it is noted that the Intrepid has new opportunities for personalization, among them - a wide range of topics and the ability to create their own using the built-creator of topics.

specifications of Samsung Intrepid (SPH-i350):

  • Operating system: Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional with support for Microsoft ActiveSync and a built-in Microsoft Office Mobile (including opportunities and editing)
  • Display: 2.5-inch touchscreen, 320x240 pixels
  • Camera: 3.2 megapixel with video recording
  • Support wireless technology Bluetooth, including the profile A2DP (stereo audio)
  • Easy access to social networks, including Facebook, Flickr and Twitter
  • Support for Wi-Fi
  • Supporting microSD memory cards up to 32 GB

Home sales Samsung Intrepid is scheduled operator on 11 October and costs $ 149.99 (excluding taxes), subject to signing a two-year contract.