Samsung welcomes another Tocco
30 April 2009 — 2:00 PM
Consumers recycling mobile phones will be able to use the cash they receive to buy a new entry into the Samsung family next month, it has emerged.
The South Korean manufacturer has announced another addition to its Tocco range of devices that targets users who want simplified access to a range of multimedia applications.
Onsale from mid-May, the Samsung Tocco Lite offers a number of social media functions, as well as a three-inch WQVGA touch screen, music recognition and the firm's DNSe 2.0 Digital Natural Sound engine.
It is claimed this system offers "natural, high quality sound" and makes the Tocco Lite "a multimedia phone that keeps users entertained wherever and whenever".
Mark Mitchinson, vice-president of Samsung Mobile in the UK and Ireland, said the success of the Tocco range has led to the Lite, adding the device would appeal to those looking to access social media "in a simple and colourful way".
The original entry in the range was followed by the Ultra Edition version this year, making the Lite the third in the Tocco series.
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