The Samsung Solstice will be coming to AT&T early next month. This smartphone will have an entry-level price and a focus on consumers.
Text will be entered with an on-screen QWERTY keyboard
Software will give users access to social-networking sites, including Facebook and MySpace.
Naturally, the Solstice will also have messaging capabilities: e-mail, IM, and MMS.
In addition to its regular audio and video player, it will offer support for AT&T Mobile Music with Napster Mobile and eMusic Mobile.
This Samsung model will be able to connect to AT&T’s high-speed mobile broadband service, as well as Bluetooth accessories.
It will also include a 2.0 megapixel camera with video support and a microSD memory card slot.
“The sleek, compact Solstice brings a rich web browsing and instant access to your favorite social networking sites through widgets and Samsung’s innovative TouchWiz user experience,” said Omar Khan, senior vice president, Strategy and Product Management, Samsung Telecommunications America.
Availability & Pricing
The Samsung Solstice will be released on Aug. 2 through AT&T retail locations an www.wireless.att.com
It will sell for $100 with a two-year service agreement and a monthly messaging or data plan of $20 or more.