Today Samsung introduces the i637 Jack Windows Mobile smartphone. The successor of the highly popular Samsung i607 BlackJack and i617 BlackJack II will come to AT&T in the following week, along with a pretty decent specs sheet.
Samsung i637 Jack runs on the Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard OS but will be upgradable to Windows Mobile 6.5, when the latter becomes available.
The Jack upgrades the functionality of the Samsung i617 BlackJack II with Wi-Fi, more RAM (256MB), a faster CPU (528MHz) as well as a 3.5mm standard audio jack. The Samsung Jack also has a 3 megapixel shooter, instead of the 2 megapixel one on the BlackJack II.
The rest of the functionality has remained pretty much the same, but frankly said it hardly needs further upgrading anyway. GPS is onboard, along with AT&T Navigator, and so are Bluetooth v2.0 and USB. The full QWERTY keyboard almost goes without saying.
The Samsung i637 Jack sport quad-band GSM connectivity and tri-band UMTS (with HSDPA), which makes it capable of worldwide roaming. The display of the Jack will be 2.4" wide, coming with QVGA resolution.
Available exclusively to AT&T customers in the US Samsung i637 Jack will hit the shelves as early as May 19th. The handset will cost you only 99.99 US dollars if you are willing to sign a two-year contract.
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