Sprint today launched the Samsung Reclaim, the first phone in the U.S. made from bio-plastic material extracted from corn. The Samsung Reclaim has a full QWERTY and sells for $49.99 with 2-year contract exclusively from Sprint.
Samsung Reclaim boasts One Click, Sprint's customizable user interface with quick access to such social networks as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and YouTube. A new green One Click tile makes its debut on Reclaim providing the gateway to several green applications including:
? Five Simple Steps from Discovery Channel provides five simple changes you can make to be more eco-friendly, from how you commute to what you eat for dinner;
? Green Guides from Discovery Channel offers handy guides to help you green your lives with ease, and understand why;
? Green Glossary from Discovery Channel provides words and explanations about the Earth and Climate Change; and
? All Things Green, a Sprint Web category contains dynamic green headlines and links to downloadable content.
The stylish, full-featured phone offers:
? a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard making it easy to access personal or corporate email as well as text and multimedia messaging;
? Sprint Navigation with Search, providing easy access to directory information and GPS-enabled directions;
? 2 megapixel camera with 3x digital zoom and camcorder;
? advanced stereo Bluetooth 2.0;
? expandable memory storage up to 32GB;
? an integrated Web browser; and
? two color options - Earth Green and Ocean Blue.
SPECIFICATIONS ? Dimensions: 3.87 x 2.32 x 0.61 inches; 3.5 ounces ? Display: 2.4? TFT (320 x 240 pixels and 260k vibrant colors) ? Standard Lithium (LiIon) battery: up to 6 hours continuous talk time