Skype for Android app for the stunning Samsung Galaxy S smartphone augments the entire mobile experience with exceptional capabilities and essential improvements. Samsung has slid the wraps off its mesmerizing Suede (SCH-r710) which will debut with the exciting Cricket Muve Music service.
The full-featured messaging phone adorns a 3-inch touchscreen display. Offering an easy-to-use interface, the newest handset comes equipped with a virtual QWERTY keyboard. The integrated Muve Music button renders one-touch access to download music with utmost ease. The latest wireless rate plan delights owners with unlimited access to various songs, ringtones and ringback tones. Apart from this, users can enjoy access to voice, web, text and video across Cricket’s nationwide 3G network.
“Samsung Mobile is excited to launch the first handset to integrate with the innovative new Cricket Muve Music service,” commented Paul Golden, chief marketing officer for Samsung Mobile. “When you combine the handset’s sleek design and impressive feature set, such as the dedicated Muve Music button, the Samsung Suede is a device poised to redefine how people engage with a mobile music service.”
Social buffs can cheer since the device sports customizable widgets for quick access to social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. The Samsung Suede boasts of an HTML web browser and comes along with a music player and 3MP camera. Further, the mobile phone offers 135MB internal memory which can be easily expanded to 16GB.
Tagged at $199, the Samsung Suede with the Cricket Muve Music service will hit Cricket wireless stores beginning January 2011. The Cricket unlimited plan including Muve Music service will make users shell out $55 each month.