Samsung Betty Boop Phone is Childish, Mediocre
Samsung has messed with the lower age market segment before, by creating the Tobi handset, so it’s now the turn of Betty Boop to become the inspiration of a mobile device. Samsung Betty Boop was launched in France via Bouygues Telecom, but this is a limited edition handset, wearing the signature of the famous animated character.
Inside the phone’s box there’s also a Betty Boop pouch and various other accessories for little girls. Moving on to the specs, Samsung Betty Boop supports GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity, incorporates a 65k colors display, an MP3 player, a VGA camera and FM radio. There’s also a microSD card slot among the features and a battery that lasts 3 hours of talk time and 192 hours in standby mode.
The handset is available here for 129 EUR, but the price goes down to 1 EUR, if you buy it with a 2 year contract.
[via Unwired View]