Samsung Jack Released For AT&T.

Posted: May 14 2009, 11:15am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:23pm CDT , in Mobile Phones


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Smartphones, smartphones everywhere. AT&T just adopted yet another smartphone, and its name is Jack. Samsung Jack, to be specific. He's got a 3.2 megapixel camera, Windows Mobile 6.1, 256mb of RAM, Wi-Fi enabled, and a GPS system. The Samsung Jack is a pretty impressive smartphone, and he's available right now from AT&T.

The Jack will set you back $199.99, with a $100 dollar mail-in rebate. In order to entice you to buy, AT&T's offering a $100 dollar Promotion Card with your rebate, and a two-year service agreement and voice plan starting at $39.99 a month.

The Samsung Jack's got a BlackBerry-style QWERTY keyboard, and QVGA display that looks a little too small for comfort to me. Despite its little, non-touch screen, the Jack looks like a very solid smartphone. It's got good specs, and after rebate that price is hard to beat. Samsung's latest offering isn't going to unseat the iPhone or send the BlackBerry 8900 home crying, but it will be a good choice for the budget-conscious smartphone buyer.

There are a lot of people in that category these days. Everybody has a cell phone of some type, and the smartphone is the natural upgrade to make. Companies that offer low-cost, solid quality smartphones are going to be the next big growth market in the industry.

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