Sagem Wireless Puma smartphone to arrive this April

February 17, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sagem Wireless is all ready with its new active smartphone, and has curiously named it Puma. Complete with the logo of a leaping Puma wild cat, the smartphone brings with it a handful of expectations as to what the device would be worth. As has been the case with the ever popular Puma footwear and clothing line, the active smartphone too comes with the same amount of brand excitement. And, to say the least, the images that have been released make it a luring piece of gadget one would wish to own.

Sagem Wireless has, in fact, designed the Puma smartphone by incorporating all the features you would look for it a modern day handset. Look for anything, that is, and you will find it under the Puma hood. Be it options for internet access, messaging, GPS localization, video calling, Bluetooth photo sharing, it has all of that. And in case you are worried about the battery life, there is this great bonus. Apart from the fact that it promises up to five hours of talk time, the Puma comes spruced up with a built-in solar charger. What more are you looking for?

The mobile handset would boast of a 2.8-inch screen with a resolution of 240 x 320. A 3.2MP resolution built-in camera with LED flash would be an enhancement. Built to run on WCDMA, EDGE, GPRS and GSM networks, the Sagem device would arrive on European carrier networks this April.

There’s more. The Puma will also come with a built-in spin and scratch music player and radio tuner. The active smartphone would also incorporate a direct link to the multimedia catalog on the Puma website is included and apps can be downloaded to the phone.

(Via Slashgear)

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