Samsung’s New c6620 is Already Available

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The c6620 is one of the new phones that Samsung showed off last month at Mobile World Congress. That didn’t take very long at all. This new model resembles the ever-popular BlackJack line of smartphones running Windows Mobile Standard 6.1. The keyboard has a slightly different design and the keys look to be a little shorter in height. The screen is larger at 2.6” compared to that of the BlackJack II with 2.4”. The biggest difference is in the radio. The c6620 only sports a Tri-Band GSM (900, 1800, 1900) and a single band 3G / UMTS (2100), making this device all but useless here in North America. I hope Samsung has more up it’s sleeve, because this seems to fall short.

If you’re looking for more information, you can check out Samsung’s Netherlands website. (Thanks to Remo for the tip!)

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  • Remo

    At first thank you for the credits.

    Second they made some “strange” choices in the device radio. The device is purely positioned for Europe, as complement for the AT&T BlackJackII (which is only on sale in the US).

    With upcoming WM standard devices like the HTC Maple, I doubt if Samsung will generate the sales they planned for.

    A final personal comment: I don’t think you should put blue and black parts of the case directly to each other. Same s if you would wear black shoes, with blue socks.