Samsung SCH-n330 Vibrate to the Beat of the Ring Tone

Apr 29, 2005
Samsung SCH-n330

Verizon Wireless and Samsung announced the availability of the SCH-n330, a must-have wireless phone for younger on-the-go trendy consumers. This sleek and distinctive pop-up screen with its steel blue accenting means customers with the n330 will undoubtedly stand out in the crowd whenever they make or receive a call. But it is the rhythm of the beat that makes this phone unique when it vibrates to the beat of a pre-selected ring tone.

Get It Now® equipped, the n330 offers customers one button access to Verizon Wireless’ virtual mall of downloadable games and ring tones. Single button access also quickly takes you to a text message screen for customers who want to take advantage of Verizon Wireless' new IN Messaging service which for just $5.00 monthly access added to any America's Choice plan allows unlimited TXT, PIX and FLIX Messaging to over 42 million Verizon Wireless customers from the National Enhanced Services Coverage Area. The n330 also comes with a dedicated speakerphone button for chatting and hands-free dialing capabilities.

The n330 is the first mobile phone in the U.S. with Immersion’s VibeTonz touch sensations that beat to the rhythm, melody, and dynamics of 15 preloaded ringers. The new vibe feature also works for VibeTonz-enhanced downloadable ringtones available through Verizon Wireless’ GET IT NOW service.

With downloadable polyphonic ring tones, hot new games and wallpapers, the possibilities are endless when it comes to personalization on the n330. Consumers customize Caller ID and messages that are displayed brilliantly via the vibrant 65,000-color screen, making sending messages, playing games and talking more fun than ever.

“Samsung is pleased to build upon our existing product line by offering this stylish new wireless device,” said Peter Skarzynski, senior vice president of wireless terminals, Samsung. "The n330 offers fun features such as SMS and downloadable games, ringtones and wallpapers that make it ideal for savvy trend-setting consumers."

The n330 features multilingual text display as well as a personal organizer with a calendar, scheduler, alarm clock, calculator, and world time. Weighing in at 3.9 ounces, the n330 is the perfect mobile pocket accessory.

The n330, which retails for $69.99 with a two-year customer agreement is available in over 1,900 Verizon Wireless Communications stores including those in Circuit City as well as in Best Buy and select RadioShack stores nationwide.

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