The Samsung M370 feature phone recently surfaced on Sprint along with the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, which has arrived drenched in white. The handset has been coated with a shade of pewter gray and sports a clamshell design besides attaching an affordable price tag.
The Samsung M370 dons a 2.4-inch LCD display within its 3.8- x 1.97- x 0.7-inch form factor. Its QVGA screen proffers resolutions of 240 x 320 pixels and it tips the scale at 3.7 ounces. Under the hood, it hides a 1000mAh lithium-ion battery which provides the juice for up to 5.4 hours of talk time on a single charge. Hands-free conversations are possible via the handset, since it’s Bluetooth enabled and also lands with a speaker-independent voice dialing capability. The embedded 1.3MP camera can be used to snap up images which can then be shared with family and friends by employing the mobile phone’s web connectivity.
The device possesses 2MB of total download capacity as well as 256MB ROM, which is backed by 128MB RAM. Other features on the spec sheet read out to be threaded text messaging so users can avail of a chat-like interface and there are parental controls as well, which allow for managing the number of incoming and outgoing calls. Additionally, the Sprint Family Locator service deploys the GPS on the device to aid parents in keeping tabs on their kids.
The Sprint Samsung M370 has now hit stores and is available on the carrier’s official portal. The handset can be grabbed at a price of about $19.99 with a new two-year contract. And even an eligible upgrade should suffice for prospective users looking to get their hands on this Samsung offering.