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Samsung introduces Chat 527, Champ 3.5G and Primo for India

The handsets support 3G networks and WiFi thereby promising better wirelessly connectivity at an affordable price.

Samsung has added three new entry-level mobile phones to its line up for India &#151 Champ 3.5G, Chat 527 and Primo. Finally, the need of affordable 3G handsets is being addressed by Samsung with these new three mobile phones. One must remember that these are good quality feature phones. New Champ 3.5G is priced at Rs 5,590, Chat 527 is priced at Rs 5,930 while Primo costs Rs 6,590.

New Samsung Champ 3.5G offers wireless connectivity with WiFi support and 3G network support for speedy mobile web surfing. Using either of the wireless connectivity solutions, users can access mobile websites, use social networking apps, chat messengers and other apps.

The Champ 3.5G comes with 2.8 inch touchscreen display supporting QVGA (320×240) resolution. Loaded with Samsung’s proprietary Java based operating system, Champ 3.5G features a 2 megapixel camera, SoundAlive support, Bluetooth, 1000 mAh battery pack and supports upto 16 GB micro SD card.

The new Chat 527 comes with 3G network support and rest of the stuff remains the same as the other handsets under the Chat series. The new Chat 527 features WiFi network support along with FM Radio and has 2.4-inch display. This handset too carries 1000 mAh battery pack.

Samsung Primo is a typical candy bar handset that comes with 2.4 inch portrait display but features a 5 megapixel camera at back which is quite a surprise. It also has a front facing VGA camera for video calling.

This handset comes with Bluetooth 3.0, which supports faster data transfer speeds of up to 24 Mbits only if +HS has been added to it. Apart from that, this handset also supports WiFi and thus becomes an interesting handset for the price range.

All three handsets will be made available in comings week for India.

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