Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Jul 31, 2016
Release Date: Mar 24, 2013 (Official)
The Social Networking Smart Device
The Samsung Rex 90 is a Dual SIM device with an 3.5 inch TFT LCD Touch Screen with 320x480 pixels display resolution and 165 ppi pixel density.
The Rex 90 comes with a 3.2 MP rear camera offering 2048x1536 pixels resolution and video recording facility. It has 10MB internal memory that is expandable up to 32GB externally via micro SD card.
The Samsung Rex 90 is a nice and handy mobile phone that looks quite smart and offers great features for an entry level touchscreen device. It is a great budget phone for beginners and student who always stay connected on the social sites.
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Overall User Rating (2.6 Out of 5 based on 140 ratings)
Overall: There isn't anything wrong with the Rex Series as such but i'm kinda disappointed. Samsung released this series as competition for Nokia's Asha. But how is the Rex better than Asha ? Asha is close to a smartphone, it has an app store (which isn't as good as the playstore obviously) It supports important applications like Whatsapp. Nokia has also installed maps. I don't think the Rex comes even close to a smartphone. It runs on JAVA and not android, so i doubt it has anything worth using. No doubt it is a very good feature phone, but for the price, I suggest go for Nokia's Asha (It's visually appealing, decent camera and music player plus it's close to a smartphone, the User Interface is pretty neat) or spend a few hundred rupees more and go for the Samsung Galaxy Y S5360. It's the phone I'm currently using (since more than a year) I bought it for 6.9k in Nov 2011, it now costs 5.7k on flipkart. It's worth every rupee if you want a budget smartphone. After a year and a half it's still running as smoothly as it was when i first bought it :)