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|Compatible networks||CDMA, 1xEV-DO 800/1900 MHz, HSDPA, HSUPA|
|Availability by country||March 2007|
|Dimensions||3.6" (H) x 1.8" (W) x 0.6" (D)|
|Display||2.12" QVGA, 262K color TFT-LAC, 240 x 320 resolution|
|Rear camera||1.3 megapixel|
The Samsung-a303, known as The Heat, is a slider multimedia wireless mobile device, which comes in Gold or Onyx (black). It is sold by Helio, a joint venture between Earthlink (a U.S.-based internet service provider) and SK Telecom (a South Korea-based CDMA mobile telecom). The Heat has Location-Based Services bundled, and comes loaded with a version of Google Maps that uses the device's GPS to locate the user on a map and the Buddy Beacon application that lets friends share their current location with each other via Mapquest. The Heat was added to Helio's line up in March 2007.
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