Sunday, 13 September 2009

Sprint Announces Samsung Reclaim Cheap full-QWERY Samsung Reclaim Made From Bio-plastic

Sprint is tackling the green minded with the new Samsung Reclaim, which
is not only the company's cheapest slide-out full-QWERTY mobile phone
they sell, but also an eco-friendly model that is 80-percent recyclable
and is crafted from corn-based bio-plastic. The new Samsung Reclaim is
free of toxic chemicals like BFR or PVC and instead of a paper user
manual, gives you a web version to read in case you need instructions to
use it.

Specs wise, Samsung Reclaim features a 2-megapixel camera with video
recording, Bluetooth with support for the A2DP stereo profile and Sprint
Navigation, a microSDHC card to store up to 32GB of data, and EVDO-based
3G to speed access on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter or YouTube.

Sprint said that the new Samsung Reclaim will be available for $49.99 on
a two-year contract, starting from August 16th at. It should come in
either earth green or ocean blue depending on your preferences.

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