Samsung green handset under review
21 September 2009 — 2:00 PM
Consumers looking for a greener option having recycled mobile phones may be interested in a new article.
In a piece for Mobile Burn, Marc Lynde looked at the Samsung M560 Reclaim and explained that as an entry-level, eco-friendly device it is a welcome surprise to see many shared smartphone traits.
Partially composed of bio-plastics, the reviewer announced the model is still "sturdy in all respects" and boasts a slide-out qwerty keyboard that is flanked by a number of other dedicated buttons.
Available in two shades, Earth Green and Ocean Blue, it is noted the device has a clear environmentally-friendly demographic in mind and also offers a 3.5mm headphone socket, microSD support, 2.4-inch display and a two-megapixel camera.
"I hope this phone is a sign of good things yet to come for entry-level devices," Mr Lynde concluded. "As a BlackBerry user I will admit that the Reclaim provides users the smartphone experience at a fraction of the cost."
Samsung recently announced its first Google Android-powered device - the i7500 Galaxy.
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