Samsung A737 for AT&T

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Samsung A737 for AT&T
In the recent months, Samsung climbed to the #2 position on the major cell-phone manufacturers’ scale. Definitely, the US market has influenced this as the Korean models are second in variety (after Motorola) among the top 5 US carriers. This is the reason many of our news are about Samsung phones, and this one is not an exception.



What we have is the first image and information on the Samsung SGH-A737 for AT&T. Unlike the A717 and A727 phones the #1 US carrier is currently offering, this one won’t be in Ultra Edition-like design, although it is a pretty slim slider. Unlike the models above, the A737 is in black-and-red housing which makes its overall look quite different. We are still unsure if the red circle on the front is a dial or just an illuminated 5-way D-pad. Next to it is a music-shortcut, tipping for the multimedia functionality. The display is a QVGA unit, and the phone is UMTS(and probably HSDPA)-capable. Still, there is no information on the camera, but we hope it will be a 3-megapixel auto-focus unit, as the European’s D900 and U600.

Expect more information as soon as we have some. If you can share any details, feel free to do it.

Thanks Tuolumne, our Samsung Inspector.

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