Cingular to Launch Blackjack (SGH-i607)

November 13th, 2006

Cingular, the largest cellphone provider in the U.S. by subscribers, said the BlackJack, made by Samsung Electronics Co., will run Microsoft Corp.’s Windows mobile operating system. The device, which will only be sold through Cingular, is priced at $200 if the customer also buys a Cingular plan. It will be available beginning Nov. 16.

blackjack_cingular i607 The BlackJack, which is about half an inch thick, can wirelessly receive emails sent to work or home computers using synchronization software from Microsoft or Good Technology Inc. It has a thumb-sized Qwerty keyboard, a 2.3-inch color screen and 1.3 megapixel digital camera. The smartphone also has an MP3 music player and connects to Cingular’s wireless broadband service.

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