The Samsung Reclaim
, which we recently showed you in some nice-looking renderings
, has just been officially announced by Sprint and Samsung Mobile. The press release clearly stresses on the eco-friendliness of the product, which is made of 80% recyclable materials. The price is $49.99
with a two-year contract after a $30 instant rebate and $50 mail-in rebate and Sprint is giving $2 of the proceeds for each purchased handset (oh my god, they give two dollars!) to The Nature Conservancy’s Adopt an Acre program, which supports land conservation across the U.S.
In the meantime, the Reclaim will attempt to attract the younger users with its socializing nature – typing text messages and e-mails should be easy with the full QWERTY keyboard. In addition, the phone will allow for fast access to popular social networks like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. A 2MP camera and GPS will also be at your disposal.
Environment-conscious users will be able to purchase the Samsung Reclaim at Sprint retail channels, starting August 16
.Samsung Reclaim Specifications
The Samsung Reclaim is made of 80% recyclable materials