Samsung introduces its first 3G enabled dual-SIM touchscreen phone - B7722/B7702

Samsung introduces its first 3G enabled dual-SIM touchscreen phone - B7722/B7702
There are just some advantages that dual-SIM phones offer for some people, such as the ability for your phone to contain two phone numbers, but rarely do we find any that are 3G enabled out of Samsung's camp. The Korean manufacturer is known to crank out a handful of devices at almost any given time, but this time around we're getting treated to the Samsung B7722/B7702 which is their first 3G enabled touchscreen phone with dual-SIM support that's bound for markets in Asia, Europe, and Africa. The handset features a 3.2” display with a resolution of 240 x 432 pixels, 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, dual-SIM, FM radio, and EDGE & HSDPA connectivity. So far one version, the Samsung B7702, has been recently spotted in China sporting the Anycall branding while the Samsung B7702 will be the model bound for the European market. Based on what's seen over at the Bluetooth SIG, the model numbers designate the same phones. Expected customers will know that it should tally in somewhere at $400 and will become available in Europe as early as June. So if your current dual-SIM handset just doesn't cut it when it comes to browsing the internet, you may want to check out the Samsung B7722/B7702 to get your fix with faster 3G speeds.

source: Bluetooth SIG (B7722 & B7702) via Unwired View


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