Latest phone from Samsung updates the Tocco
10 February 2009 — 4:00 PM
Those recycling mobile phones from last year may be interested in an upgrade that has been announced by Samsung.
It was revealed this week that one of the latest phones to be launched by the company will be an improved version of a handset originally launched in 2008 - the Tocco.
However, the South Korean company revealed that although the Samsung Tocco Ultra Edition featured a touchscreen interface, it would also come with a 3 x 4 button keypad and an eight-megapixel camera.
Set to be launched in the UK this March, the Tocco Ultra Edition will be another in the range that has a sliding mechanism and according to the company's vice-president in the UK and Ireland, Mark Mitchinson, this could prove popular.
"We're looking forward to the Tocco Ultra Edition driving our business forward and showcasing our leading credentials for style and innovation," he said.
Other eight-megapixel cameraphones in the Samsung range include the Pixon - which was also released last year.
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