RIM is in a difficult situation and everyone is trying to snatch some market share from it. Just recently Apple developed a new page called “Not just another day at the office.” It shows how a smartphone or a tablet can organize users’ days, view their business, manage projects and so on. Plus, Apple added a new tagline called “The iPhone 4S means business,” which is a strike below RIM’s belt. Now Samsung is trying to convince people there are other handsets for business besides BlackBerry devices. As you understand Samsung comes up with its own physical keyboard smartphone designed for business user on the go.
The phone is called the Samsung Galaxy Chat. It’s an interesting handset with low-end features. Its specs list includes a 3-inch LCD touchscreen at 480×320 pixel resolution, an 800MHz single core CPU, 512MB of RAM, 4GB built in storage that can be expanded via microSD card slot, a 2MP rear camera, a VGA frontal camera and Android 4.0 ICS OS.
The Samsung Galaxy Chat will be launched very soon, though the exact launch date is not mentioned. It will be available in Asia and South America at a price tag varying from $200 to $400 depending on the market and carrier. Lastly, there is no word about its arrival in Europe or the US.