Samsung Anycall Clutch Phone Launched In South Korea
Samsung Anycall Clutch
Keeping in tune with Corby and Diva trend, Samsung has unveiled a mobile phone, Anycall Clutch (SPH-W9500) in South Korea.
The latest Anycall Clutch mobile phone looks similar to the Diva phone and is dressed with the same quilted back but with a different diamond shaped home button. The reason behind the naming of Clutch may be attributed to the resemblance to clutch bags.
The Samsung phone operates with TouchWiz 2.0 UI which can be called Lady UI because of lady-like features such as meeting scheduler, party planner, weight measurement, check in calories, SOS and an attribute to convert the LCD into a mirror.
The Samsung Anycall Clutch sports a 3.2-inch touchscreen display. The phone comes with hordes of features like T-DMB, Bluetooth, e-dictionary, 3G, 3MP main camera with 3D motion picture feature, GPS and microSD card slot supporting up to 16GB. There is also a 1.3MP front facing camera to provide video conferencing facility.
The device runs with 960mAh battery. It can provide 6 hours of talk time and 450 hours standby on 3G mode and more than 8 hours of talk time and 500 hours of standby under GSM mode.
Samsung Anycall Clutch phone comes with three colour options such as pink, silver and black. The set is available for 600,000 won (US $523) through KT network in South Korea.