Samsung Champ will hit developing markets with a 2.4" touchscreen

Samsung Champ will hit developing markets with a 2.4" touchscreen
We know what you are thinking. The last time when Samsung introduced a touchscreen phone wasn't too long ago, and now they announce a brand new one, called the Samsung Champ. Now, the Champ is not your ordinary full touchscreen feature phone, because it actually comes with a rather small 2.4-inch resistive display. That's because it will be positioned as an ultra-affordable touchscreen handset and will be made available primarily in developing markets across Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East, starting in June.

Designed with younger users in mind, the Samsung Champ will come in several color solutions, including deep black, espresso brown, sweet pink and chic white. And by looking at the official renders of the deep black Champ, we can say that it does look pretty attractive.

On the features side, in addition to the 2.4" touch-sensitive screen with resolution of 240x320 pixels, the Samsung Champ will also sport a 1.3-megapixel camera, 3.5mm jack, Bluetooth 2.1, microSD memory expansion and the TouchWiz Lite user interface with multiple home screen pages. In addition, users will be able to download some Java-based apps from the integrated Samsung Apps market. Ain't it cool?

Samsung Champ Specifications
Samsung Champ Review

source: Samsung


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