There is a new smartphone from Samsung that will definitely keep the doctors happy – after all, it is called the Samsung Vitality, and which doctor would not want to see that on their patients? The Samsung Vitality with Muve Music will soon set to arrive at Cricket, as it has already made its appearance in a computer-based Cricket training manual – and Engadget has shared this an image of the training manual with the world.
It does seem to be very similar to the Admire that is available from MetroPCS, sporting a similar 800MHz processor alongside a 3.5″ touchscreen display at 320 x 480 resolution, a 3.2-megapixel camera. Right out of the box, you will find Android 2.3 Gingerbread running within – making sure that you need not wait for an update the moment you got it.
Similar to the Suede feature phone that is available on Cricket, the Samsung Vitality will open up access to the carrier’s Muve Music plan. It seems that the Vitality will cost $65 each month. What are you going to do with unlimited song downloads? Will you load up your handset with music all the way to the brim even if you do not know half the artists there? No idea on pricing or availability as at press time.RELATED
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