The 3G spectrum auction in India is over and 3G is well on its way. If you are going to buy a new phone, it makes a lot of sense to opt for a 3G enabled one. The good news is that thanks to stiff competition in the mobile segment, the cost of 3G phones has been dropping rapidly.
Samsung has just unveiled their latest handset for the Indian market – Star Nano 3G S3370. Nano is a stylish, 3G enabled phone with a 2.6-inch touchscreen and a curvilinear design. Nano sports Samsung’s Touchwiz 2.0 interface with 4 page menus like the Corby series of phones. As expected, it bundles a nice selection of social apps including Google Talk, Palringo Chat and AIM. Nano provides quick access to MySpace, Facebook and YouTube out of the box.
The 1.3-mega pixel camera is nothing to boast about, but given the phone’s price one can’t really complain. Nano comes equipped with a 2 GB memory card and can support up to 16 GB of expandable memory. Other features include Microsoft Active Sync, Google push email service and sync calendar.
Priced at just Rs. 7,320 the Start Nano 3G S3370 an enticing option for budget conscious buyers looking for an enjoyable touchscreen phone.