Samsung Dart Android 2.2 Smartphone Comes To T-Mobile USA For Free On Contract

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News Posted: Sun, Jun 19 2011 10:49 AM
It's true -- not every single Android phone has to be a behemoth, or a pricey addition to your stable of gadgets. Take a look at the latest mobile from Samsung, the Dart. It's being introduced onto T-Mobile USA, hailed as an affordable, Android-powered handset that offers essential smartphone features in a stylish form-factor. It offers a 3.14" QVGA capacitive touch panel, virtual QWERTY keyboard, built-in Swype software, Android 2.2, a 3MP camera (with 3x digital zoom), GPS, personal and corporate e-mail including support for Microsoft Exchange, AOL, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail and most other POP and IMAP e-mail services as well as IM support.


Of course, there's a Music player, built-in 3.5mm headphone jack, a micro-USB port, stereo Bluetooth, 512MB of memory, a 2GB microSD card, 1200mAh Li-ion battery, Wi-Fi (802.11n), dual-band 3G UMTS-HSPA, quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) and a weight of just 3.8oz. It measures 4.09” x 2.39” x 0.48”, and the panel boasts a 320x240 resolution; that's pretty low compared to the qHD superphones shipping today, but just think: here's your chance to get an Android phone for free on contract. Yeah, free. It's available now if that price is tempting to ya.

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This looks like the type of phone that Virgin mobile will be after to sell with pay as you go plans.

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rrplay replied on Sun, Jun 19 2011 2:24 PM

Basic small and light .If you do not need to have all the features and deisre simple plan what's not to like ?

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