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Samsung Exclaim
Samsung Exclaim M550.jpg
Manufacturer Samsung
Compatible networks CDMA2000 1xRTT/1xEV-DO rev.0
Availability by country June 2009
Form factor Dual Slider
Dimensions 4.45 x 2.24 x 0.67 inches (113 x 57 x 17 mm)
Weight 4.69 ounces
Removable storage microSD/microSDHC, up to 32Gb
Battery Li - Ion, 960 mAh (4.75 hours (285 mins) of talk time)
Data inputs 2 keypads
Display 262 144 colors, TFT, 240 x 320 pixels, 2.60 inches
External display No
Rear camera 2 Megapixels
Front camera No
Connectivity microUSB, 2.0, Stereo Bluetooth
Development status Active

Samsung Exclaim (SPH-M550) is a dual-slider mobile phone, meaning it contains both an alpha numeric as well as a full QWERTY keyboard packed into one device. The phone became available to US Sprint users in June 2009 for $79.00 after a mail-in rebate and a two-year service contract from the carrier. Preloaded applications include YouTube, Google Maps, Sprint Social Zone, Facebook, and MySpace, among others.[1][2]


Weight 4.69 ounces
Dimensions 2.24” x 4.45” x .67”
Display technology 262K TFT
Display size 2'6
Display resolution 240 x 320
Battery talk time Up to 4.75 hours
Camera resolution 2 MP
Video Yes
Music player Yes
Messaging SMS/EMS/MMS/Email/vCard/vCalendar/IM
Connectivity Bluetooth/WAP/HTML Browser/Outlook Sync


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