Priced fittingly at $79.99 with an accompanying contract, customers won't have to spend a lot if they're looking for something that'll allow them to shoot 720p HD videos. In addition, its 8.1 megapixel auto-focus camera with LED flash will easily make it a perfect point and shoot replacement – even more when its design mimics them. This S60 5th edition smartphone also features a 3.2” resistive touchscreen, Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi, and all of the neat things that come along with the platform. Even though it might be a little late in coming to market over here, its $79.99 on-contract pricing more than justifies a reasonable purchase.
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