Samsung has recently introduced a brand new smartphone dubbed the Solstice. The company additionally packed the phone with support for two-way synchronization and push e-mail in an Exchange environment for another model, the l8910 HD. Furthermore the same ActiveSync client, named RoadSync S60, was updated for a number of Symbian handsets as well.
The Solstice comes with a finger-tip friendly TouchWiz interface and features a virtual QWERTY keyboard. The handset offers one-touch access to applications including social networking apps for Facebook and Myspace, as well as Yahoo! and oneSearch. The phone also supports IM and e-mail messaging.
The Samsung Solstice comes with a modest 2 megapixel camera with video recording capabilities, Bluetooth connectivity support, microSD slot and support for AT&T’s 3G network.
The phone is basically an entry-level smartphone which is released today (August 2) by AT&T. The handset comes for about $100 with a two-year contract and $20 or more messaging or data plan.