Samsung SGH-A707 "SYNC" launches on Cingular

Chris Ziegler
C. Ziegler|11.02.06

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Chris Ziegler
November 2nd, 2006
Samsung SGH-A707 "SYNC" launches on Cingular
In the midst of all the Cingular Music hoopla today the SGH-A707 (also known as "Samsung's way of apologizing for the ZX-20") got itself a quiet, dignified little launch, but not without getting slapped with a new name: "SYNC." As its name vaguely suggests, the SYNC is a heavily music-oriented device -- as many featurephones seem to be these days -- with a dedicated Cingular Music button chilling on the keypad. Features that make this Cingular's hottest 3G clamshell yet include touch-sensitive external music controls, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, and a 2-megapixel camera, not to mention microSD expansion and solid support for garden-variety multimedia. Look for the SYNC to make an appearance in stores and on Cingular's site... well, real soon now at a $50 price point on contract with rebates.
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