Samsung Makes Eternity II and Flight II Official for AT&T
Samsung today announced two more quick messaging devices for AT&T's network, the SGH-a597 Eternity II (pictured) and Flight II. Samsung published information about the Flight II last week. The Eternity II has a 3-inch touch display with user-configurable home screens. As with with the Flight II, the Eternity II also supports AT&T's Mobile TV live television subscription service ($10/mo.). Other features of the Eternity II include Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, aGPS, 2 megapixel camera with video capture, and support for 32GB microSD cards. The Eternity II will be loaded with messaging and social networking software, including PicDial, a new feature that lets users "see full screen Facebook and MySpace profile pictures and status messages of contacts on their mobile phone during every call." The Flight II is available now only at RadioShack retail stores. The Eternity II will be available on August 15 at AT&T retail locations and AT&T's web site.
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