Samsung has announced the launch of its latest touchscreen handset, the B5722 in India. The device happens to be the first touchscreen from the company to support two SIM cards. The phone will also be known as the B5722 DUOS.
The phone boasts of features like a decent 3.2 mega pixel camera, 30 MB memory (expandable to 8 GB with SD card) and a very respectable 14 hours of talk and a 20 day standby time. The B5722 is a GSM+GSM dual SIM phone and the user will be able to use two GSM SIM cards in a single phone. Users can switch from one SIM to another without having to switch off the handset.
Let's now take a look at the other features of the device. Being a touchscreen device, it runs Samsung's proprietary TouchWiz UI atop Samsung's OS. It supports various IM platforms for social networking and has FM radio as well. It also comes loaded with an advanced mobile tracking software
that will help you locate your phone in case it is stolen. The B5722 boasts of an updated version of the mobile tracking software. The new version can actually track the location of your cellphone within the radius of a few miles.
The B5722 has a 2.8 inch QVGA screen that can display 262k colors. It also boasts of Samsung's DnSE sound engine, ensuring high music playback ability. The 30MB of internal memory can be expanded with the help of microSD cards. It supports GPRS class10 and EDGE class 10. 3G support is however missing. Bluetooth happens to be the only short-range wireless connectivity option.
The Samsung B5722 DUAL SIM has been priced at Rs. 11,680 and is now on sale.