The external display is fully touch-operated and gives access to multimedia features such as FM radio, music player, camera, and photos. It also displays the phone’s system notifications. The external display also provides haptic feedback with short vibrations when touched.
The Samsung G400 Soul is also equipped with a 5 megapixel autofocus camera that comes with advanced features such as face recognition, the widely advertised Samsung’s Wide Dynamic Range optimization and image stabilization.
As far as connectivity is concerned, the G400 has fast 7.2Mbps HSDPA support with video calls, Bluetooth, and USB. A microSD memory card slot is also there to fill in.
Somehow we couldn’t help but think that the G400 was meant to be announced along with the G900 Soul in Barcelona as Samsung used to do with their two previous Ultra lineups, but obviously the company has decided to keep thinks on focus and concentrate their marketing efforts on one product at a time.
The Samsung G400 Soul will be available in Europe from June.
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