While most of the world have accepted the fact that a full touchscreen display user interface has no need for a physical alphanumeric keypad, there are still some others holding out for what they feel is a faster and more convenient way of typing out that length email or text message. After all, they were weaned from your regular, physical QWERTY keyboard in older handsets, so why not carry this “legacy” feature over to newer generation models? This is why there will always be a market (at least in the immediate future) for devices like the Samsung Array that comes with a full QWERTY keyboard to boot.
Specially designed to make text messaging quick and easy, the Samsung Array will be able to play nice with Sprint’s 3G network, has Sprint Mobile Email for access to personal email while the QWERTY keyboard lets you hammer out those emails in a flurry. Other specifications make the Samsung Array an entry level device such as its 2-megapixel camera with video recording capability, 128MB RAM, a microSD memory card slot, a 3.5mm stereo headset jack and Bluetooth connectivity, everything chugging along to a 480MHz processor. Any takers? [Press Release]
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