The dual-SIM feature phone comes with a 2.4-inch QVGA TFT touch display with Samsung’s TouchWiz-Lite UI atop. The Champ Neo packs in a 1000mAh battery claiming up to 14 hours of talk time. There’s also a 3.5mm headphones jack.
The handset comes with a host of pre-installed apps comprising Facebook and Twitter. It also supports lots of messenger services like Yahoo, MSN, Gtalk as well as ChatON, the proprietary cross-platform messenger client.
The Champ Neo comes with the Opera Mini browser, Bluetooth 3.0, and supports 9 regional keyboard languages. The phone also supports Push Mail that functions using the preloaded Activesync app. Other apps can be downloaded via Samsung’s own Apps store.
Asim Warsi, VP-Samsung Mobile said that “With the launch of the Champ Neo, we are seeking to satisfy the needs of young customers who are looking for a quality touch device, sharing more and staying connected with their friends while on the go.”