Samsung SGH-a737 Slider Phone introduced by AT&T

Samsung SGH-a737

This festival season has given a variety of mobile phones to shop. AT&T along with Samsung has announced about the new slider phone SGH-a737 to be available. The a737 is Entertainment Accelerated with multiple capabilities.

The a737 makes a remarkable appeal of the Samsung SGH-a717 and a727 mobile phones. Additionally, it gives AT&T customers the same great 3G experience in a new form factor.

Carlton Hill, vice president of Product Development for AT&T’s wireless unit says, “AT&T’s newest 3G sliding phone is a great addition to our rapidly expanding portfolio of 3G devices. Consumers demand slim, visually appealing phones that can run the latest applications. The a737 slides easily into that description.”

The lightweight Samsung a737 has a large screen and offers the best AT&T features and services.

The features that the new Samsung SGH-a737 includes are as follows:

  • groundbreaking Video Share
  • AT&T Mobile Music
  • stereo Bluetooth 2.0 technology
  • 1.3-megapixel camera with video record
  • external memory microSD cards holding up to 4GB
  • Advanced messaging options.
  • Larger screen makes browsing, reviewing photos and Video Share calling comfortable.
  • 3G connectivity to AT&T’s BroadbandConnect network
  • 3G service available via AT&T’s nationwide EDGE network (the largest high speed wireless data network)
  • “Samsung’s a737 provides consumers with high-performance technology in a compact device; With multiple color options and numerous multimedia capabilities, the a737 meets the needs of today’s fashion-forward consumers who use their phones for more than a communication tool.” says Peter Skarzynski, senior vice president, Samsung.

    The ultra-thin sliding handset is available in Black with the combination of orange or blue or red or lime. The a737 will be on shelves from 1st November in all areas through AT&T retail locations or AT&T website for $49.99. The purchase would be valid only after a two-year contract activation agreement and a $50 mail-in rebate.