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Samsung Gem™ Touchscreen Cell Phone

  • Integrated Social Hub
  • Competitive Pricing
  • Advanced Touchscreen Display w/ Anti-Scratch & Anti-Smudge
  • Android Éclair OS 
  • http://www.samsung.com/us/system/consumer/product/sc/hi/10/schi100zkaxar/i100_600x600_xlarge_cf.jpg Product Features

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    Integrated Social Hub
     
    Keeping in touch with friends has never been easier. The Gem allows you to post photos, messages or emails to all your favorite social network sites with the touch of one button. It keeps track of contact info and email addresses which can be scanned in a single view. And with its built-in calendar, you can organize all your social and business appointments.
     
    Competitive Pricing
     
    If you've never owned a smartphone, this is the perfect first choice. The Gem has many of the features of more expensive phones, at an affordable price. It's the smartphone at a very smart price.
     

    Advanced Touchscreen Display w/ Anti-Scratch & Anti-Smudge
     
    The screen on the Gem is easy to read and a joy to use. It's made with advanced anti-scratch, anti-smudge, anti-reflective glass. You'll love being able to type with Swype, the innovative one-fingered system that allows you simply slide your finger from key to key and only raise it between words. You'll also be able to drag and drop various widgets and icons to personalize your own one-of-a-kind start-up screen.
     
    800MHz CPU for fastest processor in category
     
    The Gem comes equipped with the fastest processor in its category. Web browsing is faster, downloads are faster and uploads are faster, thanks to the 800 MHz central processing unit.
     
    Specifications
     


  • Platform
    AndroidTM Eclair
    Platform AndroidTM Eclair


  • Display
    3.2”
    Display 3.2”


  • Display
    Touch Screen
    Display Touch Screen


  • Connectivity
    Bluetooth Capability
    Connectivity Bluetooth Capability


  • Camera
    3.2MP Camera
    Camera 3.2MP Camera


  • Size
    4.48” x 2.18” x 0.48”
    Size 4.48” x 2.18” x 0.48”


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