Samsung Introduces REX, a New Series of Smart Feature Phones

Samsung today announced the launch of REX, a new series of Smart feature phones, priced from Rs 4280 to Rs 6490.


The Samsung REX series consists of four devices; REX 90, REX 80, REX 70 and REX 60. Each device has been tailored to give users access to a variety of unique features that have been developed to enhance their day-to-day needs and lifestyles, whatever their budget.

Product Specifications of Rex series handset

Product Specification of Samsung Rex 60

  • 7.1cm (2.8”) responsive QVGA Display
  • Smart Dual SIM & Upto 15hrs Talktime
  • Touchwiz UI with 8 customizable homescreens
  • 1.3MP Camera
  • Preloaded Applications
  • Facebook & Twitter
  • Activesync: Push Mail with Contact & Calendar Sync
  • Opera Mini Browser
  • 10 Full Version Gameloft Games
  • 9 Regional Language support
  • Messengers: ChatON, Yahoo, GTalk & Facebook ChatFree Games, Music & Apps from Samsung App store.

Product Specification of Samsung Rex 70

  • 7.62cm (3”) Capacitive QVGA Display
  • Smart Dual SIM & True Hot Swap
  • Touchwiz UI with 8 customizable homescreens
  • 2MP Camera & Upto 13hrs Talktime
  • Preloaded Applications

Product Specification of Samsung Rex 90

  • 8.89cm (3.5”) Capacitive HVGA Display
  • Smart Dual SIM & True Hot Swap
  • Touchwiz UI with 7 customizable homescreens
  • WiFi (802.11b/g/n) & 3.2MP Camera
  • Up to 15hrs Talktime
  • Preloaded Applications

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February 15, 2013 12:08 pm 12:08 PM

Hi, I am getting a SIM not registered error on Aircel with Samsung Galaxy Y. Can you tell me why?

February 15, 2013 10:10 pm 10:10 PM

Wash your phone and sim card with clinic plus shampoo.everthing will be fine

February 15, 2013 5:40 pm 5:40 PM

Check ur SIM Card slot (maybe a hardware problem), clean the sim card with a cloth & re insert…

Contact your Nearest Aircel store & get ur sim replaced (Cost Rs.25) if it still doesn’t work.

February 19, 2013 10:46 pm 10:46 PM

Thanks for the reply but still no luck. I guess I will have to contact aircel.

Saurabh Gupta
February 14, 2013 9:35 pm 9:35 PM

its better to go for Nokia Asha series (S40) then these feature phones as simbian has some good apps which dont work with java like watssap and some others also and that too in economic priceband

February 14, 2013 8:55 pm 8:55 PM
Copy of Nokia-Asha!! According to the report from Apple Insider, Nokia is planning to join Apple in dropping Samsung as their component supplier. Nokia, just like Apple is relying on Samsung for memory chips, displays and other components and it is looking to stop it because of Samsung’s nature of combining their component business with their mobile device business internally to compete with others. An individual familiar with Nokia’s component orders from Samsung states that Samsung has, “a record of getting orders for next-gen components, then canceling the orders. And then they show up in a Samsung phone. When you… Read more »