Sprint has launched two devices today. The new Samsung Exclaim and HTC Snap make it easier than ever for customers to use the social networks of their choice. Here is more info on these two new phones:
"With the new Samsung Exclaim and HTC Snap, Sprint offers customers easy one-click access to staying connected with friends and family:
Samsung Exclaim: Samsung Exclaim features a messaging-centric form factor in two great colors ? Blueberry and Raspberry. The device?s dual-slider design hides both a numeric keypad and a full QWERTY keyboard. Exclaim is focused on social networking, with new interactive Facebook and MySpace tiles right on the home screen as part of Sprint?s award-winning One Click customizable user interface. Customers can now add Twitter to their home screen using One Click as well.
Facebook tile - Provides One-Click access to share ?What?s on your mind,? check status updates, monitor your news feed, manage your inbox and track the status of your friends.
MySpace tile ? Offers the ability to update your status, monitor your friend lists, review your pictures and albums, manage your inbox and friend requests and track your comments.
Twitter tile ? Allows you to post Tweets with one click, check updates for everyone you are following, see responses to your Tweets, manage the list of people you are following and those who are following you and see what the whole Twitter-verse is saying.
Samsung Exclaim will be available beginning June 21 in all Sprint retail channels, including www.sprint.com and 1-800-Sprint1, for $79.99 (excludes taxes) with a new two-year service agreement, after a $50 mail-in rebate."
HTC Snap: HTC Snap is the first wireless phone to feature Inner Circle, which allows people to prioritize emails from the most important people to them. Among the email standards this device supports are POP3, IMAP4 and seamless Microsoft Exchange email compatibility, which includes Microsoft Office Outlook Mobile software.
The HTC Snap runs Windows Mobile 6.1 standard edition, has 2 megapixel camera that takes photos and video, microSD card slot and Bluetooth A2DP stereo support.
HTC Snap is easy to hold and carry, and the ergonomically sculpted QWERTY keyboard makes text entry a breeze. With a 1500 mAh battery, HTC Snap can keep up with the busiest of lifestyles. Paired with Sprint Navigation and built-in GPS, Snap makes getting from place to place easier than ever, and the crisp 2.0 megapixel camera means never missing a moment once there.
HTC Snap will be available beginning June 21 in all Sprint retail channels, including www.sprint.com and 1-800-Sprint1, for $149.99 (excludes taxes) with a new two-year service agreement, after a $100 mail-in rebate.