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28th August 2014
The long-awaited metal-build Galaxy smartphone is here.
28th August 2014 – 1 comment
New timepiece has 3G for making and receiving calls.
26th August 2014
Augurs well for the Galaxy Alpha.
22nd August 2014
Early-birds served due notice.
21st August 2014
Judge says no to request for Samsung to pay legal bills.
18th August 2014
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The Samsung E250 Lilac is a great handset which doesn’t compromise on functionality or style. With a neat sliding mechanism and cased in an appealing sunny lilac hue, it’s got all the camera and audio features you need, with none of the hassle.
There’s a strong focus on music inside the lavender exterior (a feather-weight 80.9g), and the Samsung E250 Lilac’s premium music player handles both mp3 and aac files - making compatibility with your CD collection a breeze. There’s even the option of using a Bluetooth headset for wireless listening. And with a MicroSD memory card with 13mb capacity, you won’t run out of room for your tunes or photos. But if you are bored of your own tunes, simply listen to the built-in FM radio.
The Samsung E250 Lilac also comes with robust VGA camera, an ample five hours of talk time, and a huge 250 hours of standby, so you won’t need to keep recharging. All functions are displayed on a sharp 128x160 pixel resolution, 65,536 colour TFT screen which makes for bright clear menus that are easy to navigate. The large screen makes browsing the internet a joy, but it’s also great for composing picture messages and text messages. Or simply arrange your diary with the Samsung E250 Lilac’s personal organizer.
The Samsung E250 Lilac also comes with Samsung’s groundbreaking uPlus technology. Allowing you to you customize menu content, it means the functions you use most are at your fingertips. And you’ll be reassured by Samsung’s uTrack technology, which sends an SMS alert should the SIM be changed if the phone is stolen. uTrack also allows SOS messages to be sent in an emergency, for added peace of mind.