T-Mobile’s Samsung Dart t499 Now Available
Few weeks ago, the forthcoming arrival of T-Mobile's Samsung Dart has been one of the hottest issues on the market. But yesterday, it seems that the rumors just ended as T-mobile officially announced that the Dart is already up for grabs.
June 15, 2011 – The Samsung Dart, also known as the Samsung t499, has been released in the market with the means of the T-mobile company. This “compact, stylish and affordable Android phone that provides customers the essential features they want from a smartphone”, can be purchased for FREE with a 2-year contract on T-Mobile.
According to a commercial that was previewed weeks ago, the Samsung Dart is specially designed for youngsters, specifically high school students, who are dreaming of having a mobile phone that would cater their social networking needs. This Android device is said to be a must-have since it has a mini package that’s jam-packed with high quality features.
The debut of Samsung Dart yesterday didn’t really hit the limelight at times since it shares the same launching date with the HTC Sensation 4G. However, this does not mean that the entry-level Dart should be a no-no for consumers, in fact, it is still one of the best choices first-time smartphone buyers can make as it has a full touchscreen, a 3 MP camera, a Swype, and is supported with Flash.
Other Samsung Dart’s Features:
– Android 2.2 operating system
– GPS capabilities with turn-by-turn directions with Google Maps
– Personal and corporate e-mail including support for Microsoft Exchange, AOL, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail and most other POP and IMAP e-mail services
– Instant messaging support
– Music player
– Built in 3.5mm stereo headset jack and micro USB
– Stereo Bluetooth/A2DP, voice dialing and speakerphone
– 512MB of internal memory and a pre-installed 2GB micro SD card with support for up to 32GB of expandable memory
– 1200mAh lithium ion batter
– Support for Wi-Fi (802.11 n)
– Dual-band 3G UMTS/HSPA (Bands I & IV)
– Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE world phone (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)