Samsung Behold II AMOLED Android Phone

SGH-t939_right1Samsung are launching a new Android phone on to the T-Mobile network in the US. The phone is the Samsung Behold II and it features a 3.2 inch AMOLED touchscreen along with a 5 megapixel camera.

Other features of this phone include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 and 3G connectiity. The Behold II uses the TouchWiz UI that overlays on top of Android. All the regular google style apps can be found in the Android OS phone that includes maps, voice search, youtube etc… Also included with this phone is Microsoft Exchange support which is a nice addition allowing the phone to be used more in businesses that support Exchange server.

Storage wise the memory can be expanded up to 16GB by using microSD cards.

The TouchWiz user interface provides a slide out tray from the left of the screen that allows you to store all your favourite widgets in. A 3D cube menu system is also available that looks similar to LG’s S-Class 3D interface. It’s kind of funky to look at but kind of not needed at the same time.

Other features include assisted GPS and video recording. Expect it to cost around $149.99 (estimate) along with a 2 year contract and a probable rebate. It is unknown at this point when the phone will be released but expect it in the next couple of months. Via: SlashGear

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