Samsung squares the circle with the T336, a rectangular flip that stands out from other clamshell phones with the absence of curved edges.
The T336 is a Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) enabled phone, which allows the user to switch seamlessly to WiFi when available without the need for additional applications or a separate voice account, a huge feature for an otherwise entry-level phone and one that helps Rogers round out its UMA-enabled device selection. The T336 is part of the TALKSPOT family at Rogers.
Additional useful features include stereo Bluetooth, a 1.3MP camera, a color external display that shows the time, battery life, signal strength, etc., and a simple keypad that requires no learning curve.
Samsung sparkles when it comes to bringing special and exciting features even to its entry level line-up. The Samsung T336 is a clear example of this.
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- Samsung T336 Manual (PDF)
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