Samsung announced two new feature phones to its lineup today, the Star 3 and Star 3 DUOS. Both of theses devices have identical, low-end specs; EDGE data, a 3.2 megapixel fixed focus camera, and a 3-inch QVGA display at 320 x 240. The only difference is that the Star 3 DUOS has dual sim slots, a seemingly common theme among phones released in emerging markets. Both phones are running TouchWiz on Samsung's Bada OS and come with ChatON, the company's recently released cross-platform messaging application. As of now there's no word on pricing, though Samsung says it plans on making the Star 3 and Star 3 DUOS available in Russia at the end of the month, followed by releases in CIS, Europe, Latin America, Africa, Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Southwest Asia shortly after.
Samsung introduces Star 3 and Star 3 DUOS Bada phones for Russia and Europe
Samsung introduces Star 3 and Star 3 DUOS Bada phones for Russia and Europe/
Samsung has annouced two entry level devices to its lineup, the Star 3 and Star 3 DUOS, which run Bada OS and have 3-inch QVGA displays.