Samsung has unveiled a new mobile phone in its rapidly expanding Tocco range, dubbed the Tocco Lite.
The handset, which is expected to go on sale in May, employs the same 3.1-inch touchscreen that features in the Tocco F480 and the Tocco Ultra 8300 edition as well as the same TouchWiz user interface.
The new phone will also retain an identical browser and the previous Tocco editions’ widget-based integrated native access to MySpace, Facebook or YouTube.
However, the Lite replaces the 3G connection that featured in those high-end smartphones with EDGE/GPRS.
Meanwhile, instead of the five megapixel camera which helped the Tocco win plaudits from technology reviewers, the Tocco Lite will instead house a 3.2 megapixel camera.
Other features of the Tocco Lite include an FM radio, smile and face detection technology, a built-in accelerometer and scope to boost storage capacity by up to 8GB by adding a microSD card.
Earlier this month, the Samsung Tocco Ultra arrived on the 3 network and is now available for free from £35 per month.