New Samsung smartphone 'could replace your old one'
23 April 2009 — 2:00 PM
One of the latest phones from Samsung could provide a tempting option for consumers with older handsets from the manufacturer's range, it has been advised.
In a review for Mobile Burn, Michael Oryl looks at the firm's new SGH-i627 Propel Pro smartphone and states that although not a replacement, it is certainly reminiscent of the Samsung Blackjack II.
He explains that in terms of being the "perfect Windows Mobile" handset, the new model does not really live up to its predecessor, but adds a host of new features make it well worth consideration for those trading in a used phone.
"The novel form factor and nice autofocus camera should certainly give BlackJack owners something to think about when it is time to pick up a new device," Mr Oryl concludes.
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