Samsung Caliber (U.S. Cellular)

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(added 10 Nov 2009)
Samsung Caliber (U.S. Cellular)

Samsung’s latest widget Samsung Caliber (US Cellular) is a smart combo of many productive features like, a lot of cellular capabilities, organizer, digicam, and net browser either. US Cellular is the service provider of this series. This series is offered on USD 319.95.

The dimension of this series are; width 2.2in, depth 0.5in, height 4.6in, whilst its weight is 3.6oz. The predecessor of this series Samsung Delve is already in the open house that is substantially similar to this series, and a good primo of this series. The prominent feature of this series is that, this series is tad bigger relatively to its past series Delve.

Samsung Caliber (U.S. Cellular) is fortunate enough to have a touch-sensitive screen, and carrying along a bunch of multimedia capabilities and a finer calling functionality either.

The cellular capabilities it adds along are CDMA 800 Band, a mobile with Candy bar appearance, CDMA2000 1X Technology, internal Antenna, with vibrating alert, Polyphonic ringer, and Call timer either. What more functionalities you need?

I understand, you appear to be an advanced user of cell phone, now I am going to brief you about few other its meaningful capabilities like Conference call capability, Voice recorder capacity, Caller ID ability as well as Wireless Interface Bluetooth facility either.

The smartly crafted mobile that has a unique framework, and finer rounded shapes on its edges comparatively to its past series that appears like a small size rectangular type notebook. Ostensibly, its chassis is made up of plastic, yet its structural framework is sufficiently appears robust and stout.

This handsome widget is additionally offering microSD card slot, Voice recognition, and USB, a Phonebook with storing capacity of 2000 numbers and names. The features never end here, it is continue, thus this Samsung Caliber is keeping various messaging services at your finger tips, like SMS, MMS, picture messages, voice messages and apart from that, voice mail, and HTML browser either.

(added 10 Nov 2009) / 3693 views

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