Luxuriating with the New Samsung Lucido

Samsung-LucidoWell, you know Samsung. Like other bigwigs in the telecommunications arena, Samsung won’t back down that easily even to global giants like Apple. Samsung Lucido is being offered by Vodafone (100 minutes, 50 texts at £20.00/month) and O2 (200 minutes, 200 texts at £25.00/month). Other offers are available as well.
The new Samsung Lucido boasts of a scratch-resistant frame, silvery body and improved physical features that would make this mobile phone even more user friendly. A quick trip to the Samsung website and you’ll find out that they’re offering the following to the public:
  • AMOLED Display (262,000 colours)
  • 5 MP camera with LED, supported by MicroSD extended storage
  • Global Positioning System Navigation & access to Google Maps™.
Before you head over to get your hands on Samsung Lucido deals that feature £95.00 cashbacks, read on!
Device specifications
According to Samsung Lucido reviews, the critical dimensions of this product is 114 mm x 46.3 mm x 11.8 mm and is great for those who distrust the durability of sliding phones. The total weight of a Lucido plus its battery is 88 grams only. Talk about a heavyweight hiding in the boots of a ‘lightweight’ phone.
The maximum standby time for the Lucido is 24,000 minutes. This candybar is sure to please with its GSM Quad-band with frequencies 850 up to 1900 megahertz. For the 3G networks, this mobile phone can download data in speeds reaching up to 7.2 mbps (maximum).
For the display, a QVGA AMOLED is used on a screen 2.2 inches in size (not bad, but not really impressive since most phones can manage more than three inches).
For the camera, we’re sorry to say that Samsung used an LED again, instead of a more powerful xenon flash. The Samsung Lucido sim free would soon be offered by other top networks like T-Mobile.

POP3 is supported, and you’ll have tons of fun because the Lucido can support most media types (unfortunately, not DivX and MPEG4). However, you can still bring work or leisure on the road because this phone has a document reader.


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