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T-Mobile’s Samsung Dart t499 Now Available

Written on June 16, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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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 Dart, also known as the , has been released in the market with the means of the T-mobile company. This “compact, stylish and affordable 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 . However, this does not mean that the 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 , 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 UMTS/HSPA (Bands I & IV)
– Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE world phone (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)

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