Samsung Delve Touchscreen Phone Available at Alltel Wireless

Samsung Delve Touchscreen Phone Available at Alltel Wireless The Samsung Delve phone has been launched in US by Samsung Delve Phone Alltel Wireless. Apart from being stylish and vibrant, the phone also supports an intuitive interface. A virtual QWERTY keyboard and TouchWiz interface that supports widgets, adds to its other exciting features.

The integrated drag-and-drop widgets on the screen provided by the Samsung Delve let the users to instantly access their favorite functions directly from the screen. Other than this, the users can also change the main display screen according to the icons of the application.

Samsung, Alltel jointly launch ‘Samsung Delve’

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The stylish Samsung Delve comes up with a spontaneous interface and attractive touchscreen design. The phone boasts a virtual QWERTY keyboard with Samsung’s TouchWiz interface that comprises specially designed gadgets. With this unique feature, users can easily customize and personalize their handsets.

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The company would export mobile phones to various countries of South East Asia and West Asia from its Noida facility.

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