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T-Mobile launches prepaid Samsung SGH-t239


Snapshot by Brian James Kirk on Tuesday June 02, 2009.

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T-Mobile has made available the Samsung SGH-t239, a compact prepaid slider phone with instant messaging, picture messaging, and Bluetooth compatibility. This sleekly designed new phone is affordable and includes the standard array of features one would hope to find on an affordable handset.

Users can connect to AOL Instant Messenger to send messages to friends and they are also able to send text and picture messages. The phone has a camera so users can snap photos when something interesting catches their eye, but since it offers only VGA resolution, it won't be possible to make prints from the photos.

Built-in Bluetooth allows users to connect hands-free headsets to the T239 and send images to computers that are compatible with the wireless technology. The SGH-t239 includes picture caller ID and standard organization tools like a calendar, to-do list, clock, and an alarm.

The Samsung SGH-t239 slider phone is available now from T-Mobile on prepaid plans for $59.99 after an instant discount.


Specifications for the Samsung SGH-t239
Band GSM 850/1900MHz
Data GPRS/EDGE
Size 96mm x 47mm x 17mm (3.78in x 1.87in x 0.68in)
Weight 95g (3.3oz)
Battery Not specified
Battery Life 7 hours estimated talk time
12.5 days estimated standby time
Main Display 262k color TFT (176 x 220 pixels)
Camera VGA
Video Playback
Messaging SMS/MMS/IM
Email Web-based
Bluetooth Yes
Memory 10MB internal
Availability May 29
Other Calendar, to-do list, clock, alarm, converter, calculator, stop watch, speakerphone/td>

 

Tysh @ 5:10:48PM EST on Saturday January 2, 2010

I just bought the SGH-t239 and the bluetooth doesn't work or make any conectivity with any devices can you help me out with this thanks Tysh

gabriel @ 7:27:43PM EDT on Tuesday June 22, 2010

Bluetooth doesn't work or make any conectivity with any devices can you help me out with this thanks Tysh

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Brian James Kirk
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