Yesterday, Samsung, revealed two mobile phone handsets in its very successful Star series; Samsung Star 3 and Samsung Star 3 Duos. These mobile phones hit the market one year after the launch of Star II S5260.
These latest handsets are designed for customers looking for cheap non-smartphones. The Samsung Star 3 features a 3 inch QVGA display, quad-band GSM/EDGE connectivity without 3G, TouchWiz Lite, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, Facebook and Twitter integration, Samsung's ChatON mobile communication service, MicroSD card support and a 3.2 mega pixel camera.
Samsung Star 3 is a 95 gram light weight device measuring 102 x 58 x 12 mm. It has a 1000 mAh battery. The Samsung Star 3 Duos that looks similar to Star 3 but has one more feature - dual SIM support. Both handsets will be made available in black and white, reports Unwired View.
Both devices will arrive in late January - available first in Russia followed by Asia, Latin America, Europe and Africa. The company has not yet declared the exact pricing of the devices but they will not cost more than $200. This is a good alternative for those not looking for a smartphone.