Samsung Instinct (SPH-M800) Touchscreen Announced in Canada

Samsung Instinct (SPH-M800) Touchscreen Announced in Canada

Samsung Instinct (aka SPH-M800) will soon be available in Canada. The Canadian website of Samsung has added the elegant touchscreen phone to its “coming soon” section.

Samsung Instinct is a good alternative to the iPhone 3G and it seems that the handset will be released by both Bell and Telus, the two major CDMA carriers in Canada.

First announced back in April 2008, in the US, Samsung Instinct is offered by Sprint as of June 20, it was presented by Sprint as its best-selling EV-DO device ever.

The Instinct brings the following features: a 3.1 inch TFT touchscreen display with 240 x 432 pixels and haptic feedback, EV-DO Rev A. connectivity for data transfer speeds of up to 3 Mbps, built-in GPS, virtual full QWERTY keyboard (in landscape mode), a 2 Megapixel camera, Music and Video players, a 3.5mm headset jack, full HTML browser, email, live TV streaming capabilities, Bluetooth 2.0 and expandable memory for up to 8GB.

The Instinct touchscreen phone measures 116 x 55 x 12.4 millimeters (4.57 x 2.17 x 0.49 inches) and weighs 127 grams (4.5 ounces).

When exactly the Instinct will be released in Canada is unknow, nor about its price, but Samsung said the new handset is surely coming this summer.

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