Samsung Propel Pro

Friday, May 22, 2009

The New Windows Mobile 6.1 slider from samsung is on the show. Its very good in looks and has astylish exterior.It's a quad abdn world phone with wi-fi. Initial look at this gadget and the only word comes to your mind is "Awesome". The device has an ultra-sleek exterior that looks like polished hematite. It is 2.4 inches wide with sharp corners.microSD slot is handy and accessible on the side of the device, instead of being stuck under the SIM card slot in the battery compartment, which is inconvenient at best.

The display is a 2.55-inch, 65,000 color TFT LCD that runs at 320 by 320 pixels. It is set just under the exterior covering of the phone, so the front of the device is completely smooth except for the buttons at the bottom of the device.

The Propel Pro comes with a small, light AC adapter, a USB sync cable, a getting started CD and a printed Getting Started guide.

The Propel Pro is a very snappy device indeed, with a 528 MHz processor, 128 MB of RAM, and 256 MB of ROM. I never once saw the dreaded Windows Mobile "pinwheel" because launching and switching applications was practically instantaneous.The Propel Pro can keep you connected in a variety of ways, including GPRS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

Coming to the battery life The technical specs say that you should get 6.5 hours of usage and up to 12 days of standby time with this phone

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