By this point it is more than obvious that Samsung are pushing hard on all fronts. Obviously the midrange touchscreen market is the next area where the Korean company aims for with Samsung S5600.
Samsung S5600 appeared on the sly at the MWC 2009 in Barcelona and somewhat escaped the attention of the crowds (and ours too).
Samsung S5600 isn't yet officially announced so the information about it is pretty limited. From what a quick glance tells us the handset will be a low-end fully touch-operated handset running on the TouchWiz UI. It will also come with 3G support, which its main competitor - the LG KP500 Cookie lacks.
It is no wonder that Samsung are entering this market segment having seen the wonders that the Cookie did for LG's sales. We are however yet to see when will the S5600 actually make it to the market and what will its exact pricing be like.
Thats okay .........even the Normal Keypad will do
i can't beleive the samsung s5600 does not have a qwerty keyboard!
i can't beleive it doesn't have a qwerty keyboard! i hope samsung install one in it!!!!!
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