Updating samsung blackjack
They alleged that Samsung had named their smartphone with a word beginning with "Black" just to mislead the customers that would come to the cellphone stores with the intention to purchase a Black Berry.
A month later the two parties settled out of court.
Well, now the Black Jack's successor is out, and it takes care of that issue and then some.
Editor's note June 2009: Check out the Samsung Jack that replaces the Black Jack II. 2008: Interested in a touch screen version of the Black Jack with Wi Fi? The slim, affordable Samsung Black Jack was one of AT&T's big hits in the smartphone space last year. The Black Jack II with a variety of tweaks, updates and additions just in time for the Christmas 2007 holiday season.
The form factor is identical, and that's a good thing since the Black Jack felt great in the hand and in the pocket.
It has a pleasant 320 x 240 landscape orientation color display, Bluetooth 2.0, the GPS, a micro SD card slot but no Wi Fi.
It's a 3G (more accurately 3.5G) world phone with triband HSDPA for data and quad band GSM.