Samsung keeps launching new touchscreen phones around the world. Their latest device is called Nori (SHW-A220) and it has been unveiled in South Korea.
We’re talking about a mid-range device here, with specs that include a 3-inch 240×400 pixels display, 3.2-megapixel camera that’s coupled with 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera (for video calls), 3G and WiFi connectivity, GPS, T-DMB mobile TV capability, Bluetooth 2.1, SOS function, media player, 1000mAh battery and a microSD memory card slot.
What’s more, the Nori comes with eight unique character adhesive films that help to create a personalized identity. It’s obvious young folks will like this phone (or at least Samsung hopes so), hence there’s also the social networking integration for keeping up with your buddies while on the go.
The Samsung Nori is available in few colors — including Biege, Pink and Blue — for 600,000 won (about $511). I wonder whether there are plans to export this baby outside of Korean peninsula…