After receiving approval from FCC, Samsung T749 Highlight will be now available from 22 July. T-mobile will be the carrier of this latest Samsung device. Samsung Highlight is another touch phone that targets customers who loves to remain hooked to the web.
Samsung T749 Highlight features
Thanks to the RSS capable full web browser, Samsung Highlight is indeed the phone for the cyber addicts. The 3G connectivity of the device will allow users to download and upload data speedily. You cannot help appreciating the widget bar, which opens as soon as you touch the TouchWiz side bar. From the Widget Bar, you can access your desired apps directly from the main screen. You are free to add your favorite widgets on the home screen. An interesting feature of Samsung Highlight is increasing the size of the web page with the help of the phone’s volume key.
Samsung Highlight will be available in two color versions – fire and ice. The fire colored phone has a combination of red and orange, while the ice version will be a blend of blue and gray. The touch enabled user-friendly display of Samsung Highlight supports images of 240 x 400 pixels resolution. The touchscreen is equipped with an accelerometer, which would enable users to opt for portrait as well as landscape view. The handset does not have a separate QWERTY keypad. Users have to remain content with its sole virtual touch sensitive QWERTY keyboard. Samsung Highlight will run on quad band GSM and dual band UMTS networks. It will support EDGE, HSDPA and 3G. Highlight features Bluetooth, GPS and media player.
The 3-megapixel camera of the phone equipped with 3x digital zoom can be used for video shooting. The storage capacity of Samsung Highlight could be extended to 16GB with the help of microSD memory card. T-Mobile will offer Samsung Highlight users the carrier’s improved web2go Internet services. Samsung Highlight has a slim and lightweight body measuring 4.3-inch (height) x 2.1-inch (width) x 0.5-inch (depth), and weighing 3.7 ounces.
Samsung Highlight will cost $149.99 along with a two- year service contract and data plan from T-mobile, after availing a $50 mail-in rebate.