Samsung Gravity Touch is going to be exclusive to Bell starting on July 21st?

Samsung Gravity Touch is going to be exclusive to Bell starting on July 21st?
With a rash of smartphones being all too prevalent this summer, we're sure that there are people out there waiting to sink their teeth into something slightly less complex while retaining a decent amount of functionality to rival touchscreen enabled smartphones. Naturally the first thing that would come into mind would be some kind of feature phone – and that's exactly where the Samsung Gravity Touch comes into play for Bell customers. T-Mobile customers in the US are now able to experience one of the many new Gravity line of handsets, but the Samsung Gravity Touch is looking to be exclusive to Bell – according to a leaked internal doc received by MobileSyrup. Its states that it will be “Exclusive to Bell, the Samsung Gravity Touch is a premium messaging HSPA device. This chic and stylish mobile phone offers a suite of the latest multimedia and social networking services like email, IM, SMS, MMS, ActiveSync, YouTube, Facebook, and MySpace.” Some of the features include a 2.8” QVGA touchscreen display, 2-megapixel camera, full HTML browser, slide-out landscape QWERTY keyboard, TouchWiz 2.0 interface, and a microSD card slot. Bell customers won't have to wait long as it's speculated to become available starting July 21st, no word about contract pricing thus far, but it's heard for it to tally in at a no-contract price of $179.95.

Samsung Gravity Touch Specifications | Hands-on

source: MobileSyrup

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