Latest Samsung smartphone 'has hidden messaging option'
15 April 2009 — 2:00 PM
One of the latest phones added to Samsung's range is designed to make email and text messaging simpler, it has been advised.
This week the manufacturer announced the launch of the new Propel Pro - a Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone that is equipped with a slide-out qwerty keypad and 3G connectivity.
According to Samsung Mobile, the compact keyboard is a great addition for those who need their handset for easy access to their messaging facilities - which could make it a replacement option for professionals recycling used mobiles.
Bill Ogle, chief marketing officer of Samsung Telecommunications America, said the Propel Pro combines "compact design" with true business smartphone power.
He added this makes the device "ideal for users who want to take their business with them".
For those looking to upgrade their handsets, a number of other Samsung smartphones are currently available including the new Tocco Ultra Edition - which was announced earlier this year.
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