Warm up your thumbs, AT&T customers. The carrier has just revealed yet another mid-range Android smartphone from Samsung. Called Samsung Galaxy Appeal is the first of the carrier’s GoPhone prepaid smartphones to have a sliding physical four-row QWERTY keyboard.
Samsung Galaxy Appeal is tagged at $149.99 (120 EUR) and is aimed at AT&T GoPhone customers.
Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the phone features an 800MHz single-core processor, a 3.2-inch (320 x 480 pixels) HVGA display and a 3MP shooter with video capabilities. Other features include 1300 mAh battery, microSD cards up to 32GB in capacity, and 512MB RAM, making it a functional smartphone at best.
The device works with AT&T’s GoPhone plans, which include either a $50 unlimited talk and text plan or a $25 unlimited text and 250-minute plan. It will be available with AT&T’s data plans starting at 50MB for $5 a month, up to 1GB for $25 a month.
The Galaxy Appeal can be bought from Walmart stores starting on June 5. Later on July 15th, AT&T stores will begin selling it as well. Head over down to the source link for more.
Source – AT&T [Press Release]