Samsung S5600 Preston: Samsung Arrives Prepared in the Touch Wars

samsung-s5600The touch war is a colloquial term to describe the competition between large manufacturers who want to dominate the non-smartphone niche of mobile phones with touchscreen technology.
Samsung has made it clear that it wants to enter the battle by introducing a line of phones that have absolutely no other physical keys other than those provided through the touchscreen display. Are they succeeding in pleasing the midrange market in the touch wars? Let’s see what they’ve put into the Samsung S5600.

How does it connect?
Samsung-S5230-and-S5600The Samsung S5600 can connect using the following frequencies in the GSM band: 850, 900, 1800, 1900. The Samsung S5600 is also capable of accessing the World Wide Web through HSDPA connection, with connection speeds of up to 7.2 megabits per second.
The Samsung S5600 measures 102.8 mm x 54.8 mm x 12.9 mm, with a touchscreen form factor. What you see is what’s there, period. There’s no QWERTY keyboard or central navigation controls for this one. The display measure 2.8 inches (comparable to phones like the Tocco Ultra Edition and the Pico Projector) and operates with QVGA resolution. The display is capable of showing up to 240 pixels x 320 pixels.
Memory & photo snapping capability
The Samsung S5600 has been installed with a 3 megapixel camera with an auto-focusing feature. Like Sony Ericson phones, the Samsung S5600 also has a bright LED flash and even has smile detection software for the perfect shot.
Navigation & storage
Personal navigation is made easier because the Samsung S5600 has been installed with an internal GPS receiver and A-GPS. Geotagging is also possible with your photos, so start snapping those pretty photos. The Samsung S5600 will take care of the tagging for you.

This Samsung phone has also been equipped with Bluetooth 2.1 and Bluetooth version 2.0. The phone also has 1000 mAh to handle all your multimedia and communications needs.

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