Samsung introduces Champ and Omnia Lite smartphones in India
South Korean electronics giant, Samsung has launched Champ, claimed to be the cheapest smartphone in the country and Omnia Lite a mid priced smartphone handset in the Indian market.
Samsung has emerged as a leader in the touch screen mobile handsets in the Indian market and the two now smart phones will further strengthen its position. The company now offers a total of 23 touch screen models across different price ranges in the country.
The Samsung Champ also known as C3303 features a 2.4'' QVGA touch screen with three page menu and Touchwiz Lite 2.0. For music lovers, the phone is designed to also function like a music player with media player, 3.5mm ear jack along with dual speakers and wireless FM.
The phone has an internal memory of 30 MB which can be expanded up to 8GB. Among other features it offers VGA camera and image editor, and an advanced mobile tracker while users have the option to customize their home screen upto seven page.
The phone also provide access to various social networking and other sites like Facebook, MySpace, Photobucket, Flickr, Friendster, Picassa, and Twitter and users can directly upload pictures. The phone has an appealing curvaceous body and crystal design.
The other phone, Samsung Omnia Lite or B7300 combines the features of a multimedia phone which is a business phone. The Windows mobile 6.5 pro edge powered device offers office tools like MS word, MS excel, powerpoint slides, view pdf files, use the MS exchange server push e-mail and IBM Lotus NoteTraveler with automatic emails support.
The phone also offers 3G connectivity and a 3 mega-pixel camera. It comes with an internal memory of 250 MB which can be expanded up to32GB. Among other features it has touchwiz 2.0 and opera browser.
The Samsung Champ is priced at Rs4,500 and Samsung Omnia Lite comes with a price tag of Rs17,560.
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