Samsung BlackJack II i617 Burgundy

December 29, 2007 on 1:32 pm | In Cell phones | 1 Comment

Samsung BlackJack II i617 Burgundy AT&T, the personal computer experience of a slim, compact handsetideal for today’s mobile consumers.  The upgrade Samsung BlackJack II improves on the hot selling Samsung BlackJack. The powerful and performance-driven BlackJack II, which is available in smooth black and red wine color options, features a full QWERTY keyboard, large 2.4 QVGA color screen and front jog wheel to increase productivity and improve of the mobile experience.
OS Windows Mobile 6 with larger RAM ensures faster things done. This mobile phone has a built-in GPS device with GPS Navigator ™ audible turn-by-turn driving directions. There is also a 2.0-megapixel camera upgraded, aboard XM Satellite Radio, Media Player and stereo Bluetooth. Samsung BlackJack II offers AT&T Video Share feature that gives users to share live video over the cell phones while on a voice.

Updated BlackJack II support tri-band 3G UMTS / HSDPA, quad-band EDGE / GPRS technology for access to e-mail, the Internet and many other application data in more than 135 countries – including China, Japan, South Korea. Customers can make or receive phone calls in more than 190 countries across the world. RSS reader can quickly and easily syndication of news, headlines, and other online sources. Speakerphone was cleaner and louder.

BlackJack II i617 phone Burgundy was improving the standard battery capacity, 2.0 MPx Camera / Camcorder, the print quality of photos and supports the quality of AT&T video share.
This will provide mobile phone users access to multiple e-mail accounts, but also personal and corporate customers through Microsoft Direct Push technology with Outlook Mobile and AT&T Xpress Mail, whose most POP3/IMAP providers. The BlackJack II also support over-the-air synchronization of contacts, calendars and task lists with Microsoft Exchange Server, or AT&T Xpress Mail.

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