Samsung’s newly rumoured low-end Windows Mobile smartphone, the Samsung C6620 has finally shown its face. The Motorola Q-like Windows Mobile smartphone is available now on the Italian TIM network for only 199 euro on contract. While this price may appear expensive to markets used to deeper subsidies, it is considerably cheaper compared to the Nokia E71 for example, which is 369 euro or the Samsung i780, which is 349 euro.
Of course, to achieve this low price, some things had to be left out. In the case of the Samsung C6620 it is WIFI and GPS, but the 108.8 grams 113.3 x 63 x 11.9 mm handset still features 3G connectivity as well as a 2 megapixel camera.
Samsung is said to have spruced up the UI of the youth-orientated Windows Mobile device, and certainly the presence of Windows Live messenger on the device is readily apparent.
The smartphone is available from TIM now in Wine Red, Navy Blue and Apple Green.