MWC 2008: Samsung epitomises 'entry-level' with the J700, J150 and L170 mobiles

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We’re not yet done with Samsung’s plethora of entry-level handsets, as the J700, J150 and L170 will surely appeal to some people doing a Google search on these rather budget models. Oh, hai, Google searchers!

Starting at the left, the J700 slider model contains a 1.3-megapixel camera, microSD slot, FM radio, music player and 2.0″ 160×128 display within its mirrored finish. It should be released early March, for between €130-140.

Squeezed in the middle there is the J150, an inexpensive handset at €125-130, measuring 9.9mm deep, with a 1.9″ display, 1.3-megapixel camera, FM radio, and microSD slot. €120-130 should be able to buy you one when it’s released shortly.

The latter of the three pictured, the L170 is the priciest at €175, but contains the most impressive specs. Well, if a 2-megapixel camera impresses you, anyway. A 1.6″ display is one of the smallest of the show so far, and the 10.7mm thickness is fairly standard business.

Samsung (via Mobile-Review)

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