Samsung has announced the launch of four new feature phones under its REX line-up. Dubbed as REX 60, REX 70, REX 80 and REX 90, these all have been developed in India and are targeted at the youths and first-time job holders. All the four handsets are smart dual-SIM phones that let you receive calls from one SIM even when the other SIM is in use. As per the company, the REX 70 and REX 90 come with True Hot Swap feature that let you swap SIM cards without switching the device off just like any other Nokia Asha devices, which also come with the similar feature called Easy Swap Dual SIM.
The prices for the four phones are between 4280 and 6,490 and support display sizes range from 2.8 inches to 3.5 inches with QVGA touch-screen capability, and cameras ranging from 1.3 megapixels to 3.2 megapixels. They run on Java platform and supports the company’s TouchWiz user interface (UI) and access to its app store. None of the handsets support 3G connectivity.
Let’s take a look at the prominent specifications of the devices one by one.
As per the manufacturer, the mobile phones will be available across India from February and would be launched next in other emerging markets such as China and South America.