Samsung Epix Launched By AT&T

Posted: Oct 21 2008, 10:10am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:10am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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AT&T Wireless announces the Samsung Epix Windows Smartphone. The Samsung Epix features both an advanced touch screen and new optical mouse technology.
You heard right there is a mouse on the Epix. Located in the center of the Samsung Epix between the right and left soft keys, the optical mouse allows for quick and easy navigation by simply sweeping a finger over it.
To make a selection, a single click will bring users to their desired location within the phone's menus. The optical mouse can also be switched to a four-way navigation key for more traditional navigation.

For those who would rather interact directly with the touch screen, they can either use their finger to navigate or the Epix's built-in stylus for pinpoint accuracy.
Other feature highlights of the Samsung Epix include Wi-Fi, GPS, 2MP camera, full QWERTY keyboard, 2.5 inch color screen and Windows Mobile 6.1.
Measurements of the Epix are 4.6 inches x 2.4 inches x 0.5 inches, weighs just 4.4 ounces.

The Samsung Epix will be available through select AT&T retail locations or at AT& for $199.99 with a two-year service agreement and after a mail-in rebate.
Via the AT&T Samsung Epix page.

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