SamsungMetroPCS launches Samsung Code

MetroPCS launches Samsung Code

MetroPCS Samsung Code

MetroPCS subscribers can now rejoice with the Windows Mobile 6.1 powered Samsung Code. The handset also known as the SCH-i220, is full of Microsoft suite of tools including contacts, calendar, tasks, notes, voice recorder and Windows Live.

The Code also features the optional WizPro interface that enables users to personalize their home screen and create shortcuts to the regularly used features such as missed messages, calendar appointments and others.

Roger D. Linquist, president, chief executive officer and chairman of the board of MetroPCS, remarked, “We are excited to add another smartphone to our lineup of the latest handsets. In a time when consumers want more from a phone than simply to talk or text, our customers will be able to take full advantage of the Samsung Code’s advanced features and services that will give them an enriched wireless experience. This is just another example of how MetroPCS is providing customers with more, all while maintaining the economical unlimited, flat-rate service that they can expect from MetroPCS.”

By means of direct push e-mail and other messaging features, users can access work and personal e-mail effortlessly. The Windows powered device synchronizes with any computer via Microsoft Outlook Mobile through the ActiveSync technology, enabling users to instantly access e-mail, contacts and calendar. Further, even corporate and personal accounts can be synced with Microsoft Exchange Server.

“Samsung Mobile is excited to launch its first Windows Mobile 6.1 powered smartphone to MetroPCS customers. The Samsung Code gives users the ability to balance work and personal communication with a variety of applications and features,” stated Paul Golden, chief marketing officer of Samsung Telecommunications America.

The Samsung Code is inclusive of full HTML Web browser featuring 3G technology, stereo Bluetooth capabilities, 2 megapixel camera and external memory support up to 32GB.

MetroPCS subscribers can grab this Samsung handset from company-owned retail locations and authorized dealers.

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