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Samsung Announces Shark and Diva Lines

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Jan 14, 2010, 8:29 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today Samsung announced two new series of devices, the feature-focused Shark line, and the fashion-focused Diva line. The Shark line of devices include the Shark (S5350) ,Shark 2 (S5550), Shark 3 (S3550), all of which have quad-band GSM/EDGE radios on board, with the Shark and Shark 2 supporting 900/2100MHz HSDPA. The Shark is a candy-bar style phone while the Sharks 2 and 3 are sliders. All three have Bluetooth 2.1, microSD support, FM radios and social networking software on board. The Diva line encompasses two models, the Diva (S7070) and the Diva Folder (S5150). Both are tri-band GSM/EDGE phones that were designed in collaboration with model Carmen Kass and have features aimed at women such as Beauty Effect, Lomo Effect, Wish list and Etiquette mode. The Diva phones also have Bluetooth 2.1, 3.2 megapixel cameras and microSD support. Both series of devices will be available in select European and Asian markets starting this month.

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kiptonia

Jan 14, 2010, 9:49 AM

Sometimes, marketing to women makes me wish I was a dude.

Seriously.
No cause if you was a dude they would be using women to market to you. LOL Drooling
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Jayshmay

Jan 14, 2010, 9:31 AM

So what!

So frinkin what these are European phones, I can careless about phones that are only available in Europe!!!
Typical.
You can find them online and buy it and use it here if it has the frequencies supported by your carrier.
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