Monday, May 13, 2013

Samsung Rex 90 reviews

The mobile world is ruled by Android phones available in the market. To be ahead of the competition, Samsung Mobiles has got an impressive line-up of phone models in this bracket which enjoys a good reputation in the market. Samsung’s contribution to the Android phone market can be seen in its latest Samsung Rex 90, a highly successful phone which works on Samsung OS. Priced at INR 5,570, it is freely available in many online and offline shops.
Samsung Rex 90
Samsung Rex 90 Picture will give users a clear view of the style and design of the gadget. Its features are well integrated with user needs. It is distinctive for its 3.5” screen and brilliant color resolution of 320 x 480 pixels. Its TFT capacitive touch screen has several excellent features and it comes with 256K colors. From this impressive display screen, the user will have a very good view of the world. This device is available in brown and white.
The dimensions of the Samsung Rex 90 are 113 mm x 61.9 mm x 11.9 mm, making it easy to carry and operate with just one hand. It gives the user a dual SIM option so that he remains connected always. Though this model has very little on-board storage, yet this shortfall can be made up by using a microSD slot to expand the phone’s memory space up to 32 GB. Its internal memory space is 10 MB. 
Samsung Rex 90
Users can remain connected with features such as GPRS, EDGE, WLAN (Wi-Fi), Bluetooth v3.0, microUSB v2.0 and USB Host. Data transfer is also possible using these features and to stay connected on the Net. It also has a competent camera, a 3.15 MP rear shooter, with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. This is claimed to be one of the most impressive features of the gadget which gives the user a good photo shoot experience. There is no front facing shooter which enables video chat option to the user. 
This gadget is powered by a Li-Ion 1000 mAh battery, which ensured a good talk time of 15 hours. Recently, we shared a story about Samsung Mobiles, Samsung Rex 60: Stylish and innovative.

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