Sprint and Samsung this week launched yet another messaging-oriented low-cost phone, the Samsung Seek sporting both a touchscreen and a slide-out QWERT keyboard. The Seek is available immediately for $30 after rebates and with a two-year contract. Targeted toward younger audiences the phone includes native support for Facebook, MySpace and Photobucket photo uploads. Additionally, the Seek supports instant messaging, email and Microsoft Exchange accounts.
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